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

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

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'

Booking for this event has now closed.