Access

Inclusion is at the heart of b-side. The magic of outdoor art is that it takes over our public spaces, and transforms the familiar into something new. b-side is on a journey to consider access at the inception of each event, to discover the creative potential of accessible practice, and find new ways to reach, work with, and offer opportunities to everyone.

Listen to audio descriptions of some of the work or download the Easy Read Guide below. 

Look out for our programmed relaxed events, take a Trishaw ride or join The Portland Office of Imaginary History Mobility Tour.

Please feel free to contact us to discuss your access needs, we will do all we can to help.

Download the Easy Read Festival Guide

 

Watch a video of the routes to some of our sites

Check what the terrain is like before you book or turn up at the event.

Route to Wildworks Projection event on Saturday 11 Sept
 
 
Route to Digging Devices - Our Common Tools by Katie Surridge
 

 

See the route to The Lands Heart is Greater Than Its Map Event

 
The Land’s Heart is Greater Than Its Map -
Olivia Furber and Ramzi Maqdisi:
 

 

Audio b-side Festival Guides

Digging Devices- Our Common Tools By Katie Surridge:
 
 
The Light House By Sophie Fretwell:
 
 
Ilona Skladzien:
 
 
Lotte Scott: