The Way Ahead was originally intended to be a 6-month community art project but 17 years later it is still in demand as a disability art protest piece which clearly demonstrates there is much more to be done, and much more to say.

The rules of the road are a wonderful visual system. Information is easily communicated through the arrangement of simple shapes and symbols. When it comes to travel, we have found a system most people can understand easily. The Way Ahead was inspired by a wish that such a system could exist for disability awareness.

This exhibition has been co-commissioned with Shape Arts

To find out more, and book safe access to the show, go to the listings page at Barnsley Civic

FREE ADMISSION
Open 10am - 4pm (Thu - Sat) 26 June - 7 August 2021

Barnsley Civic is a creative arts hub with a 336-seater theatre, plus gallery, exhibition and workshop spaces.

AddressHanson St, Barnsley S70 2HZ
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More on Caroline Cardus, Shape's 2011 Adam Reynolds Awardee, can be found on our artist profile pages
Banner image: Equality, Caroline Cardus
A blue roadsign directs us to: 'man on the moon 1969' and in another direction, to: 'full access to public transport 2020'