The 2020VISION Roadshow

The stunning images, film and sound gathered by the 2020VISION team forms the basis of 2020VISION’s main output, a multi-city ‘roadshow‘ whose centre-piece is a street gallery exhibition accessible to millions of people nationwide, at locations throughout the UK between 2012 and 2015.  The exhibition is supported by a series of events including an outdoor audio-visual show and THE VISION! theatre show featuring several of the 2020VISION photographers.  Some venues have also chosen to host a launch event to kick the roadshow off in style and maximise media attention.

The Roadshow aims to increase the relevance of nature to a wide audience, communicating the value of repairing and reconnecting our natural habitats and encouraging people to actively engage with natural landscapes whether in the wilds of our mountain ranges or in a small pocket of wildness in our towns and cities.

What you told us!

“Love the exhibition. Amazing photos & you've distilled the message about the importance of our natural spaces well. Thanks!”
Emma, London

“Fantastic photos, great idea, every word absolutely true, does our Prime Minister know this site exists?”
Anthony

“I've visited the 2020vision exhibition on the Prom at Grange-over-Sands today and just wanted to drop you a line to say congratulations and thank you. The photos and text are very striking and powerful. It is also unusual to see good news messages where the natural world is concerned rather than just doom and gloom, so thank you for that. ”
Grange-over-Sands

“Delighted that you bought this display to Grange over Sands, so well timed for the many visitors who walk the prom, and look out on Morecambe Bay, which you featured - already committed in various ways, read every word, and thank you all for the effort you put into it - many families reading it seriously - took two sessions, eating ice creams.”
Madeline, Grange-over-Sands

“Thank you for a wonderful show on Saturday night. People were really buzzing afterwards and the powerful message about the importance of reconnecting with our natural environment came over very strongly. It was certainly a very successful format and I'm sure will be very well received everywhere you go.”
Stephen, Dorchester