Help us to keep wowing you with new art in Dorset all year round.
Portland is the beating heart that inspires b-side’s work, but our projects and opportunities extend all over Dorset.
We believe everyone should be able to experience everything we love about Portland in a way that respects and benefits the island and those who live and work there.
If you believe in culture as a force for change, a way to bring people from all walks of life together and would like to support the work of artists and be part of our story, please consider donating below. The process is quick and your donation will make a real difference.
Since our first festival we have worked with artists to support the creation of hundreds of brand-new artworks enjoyed by thousands of residents and visitors. Our artists have helped to tell the stories of Portland in new ways, in places you would least expect to find art and have enabled new voices to be heard.
Your support means we can continue to create new art, support artists, young people and share incredible stories about the Isle of Portland with the rest of the world.
But there’s still lots more to do…
We want to grow and create an internationally recognised arts organisation providing exciting and progressive creative opportunities for artists and communities in our county. We want to spotlight our local talent and bring internationally recognised artists to audiences in Dorset.
We are on our way and you can be part of this too.
Be part of an exciting and vibrant organisation that allows artists the freedom to create.
Help us celebrate this unique place through art that explores it’s culture, history and future place in the world.
Support a young artist to develop ideas or try something new – be part of their creative journey.
Dorset has some remarkable creative talent, let’s make Dorset the hub of artistic excellence we know it can be.
Develop sustainable tourism that respects and benefits the island and those who live and work on Portland.
We can create more opportunities for people to take part in art as participants, co-creators or audience.