From spooky museum tours to Diwali celebrations, these are our highlights for the month ahead
As autumn advances, it’s the perfect time of year to immerse yourself in the colour and craft of this month’s exhibitions
For the next in our series on smaller arts institutions, we head to this Glaswegian centre of contemporary art and dance, located in a converted tram depot
September is the stepping stone from summer heat to autumn leaves, when golden hour is at its brightest. Traditionally, of course, it is also the period for harvest – so what better time to winkle out five great works of art that champion the reaping of what we sow?
There’s a popular assumption that the artist Peter Paul Rubens only painted one type of woman: the voluptuous ‘Rubenesque’. A new exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery is the first to challenge that thinking. Its co-curator, Arts Society Lecturer Amy Orrock, reveals the story
When we view an artwork, what do we actually see? Is a peacock, for example, purely for decoration? Interpret its meaning, says Matthew Wilson, and viewing becomes a revelatory experience