• Dismaland by Banksy review

    Rebecca Swirsky finds British street artist Banksy has pulled off an incredible, amusing feat at his ‘bemusement park’ Dismaland at Weston-super-Mare beach

  • Museums and mindfulness

    How do museums engage people with the three-dimensional, physical relics of human civilisation in the age of ubiquitous two-dimensional digital distraction? Veronica Simpson searches for curatorial solutions.

  • Big Spill outside London Museum

    London is graced by a dazzling new public artwork by Indian artist Subodh Gupta. When Soak Becomes Spill alludes to things even bigger than its giant presence out on the street.

  • The Green Room invites you to confess

    Confess your sins and enjoy many more remarkable artists at The Other Art Fair, now on at the Old Truman Brewery

  • To have a meaningful life, you need to find your passion

    Multidisciplinary artist, Lauren Baker, is featuring her work at the Moniker Art Fair

  • State of the arts: How to get a free creative education

    Who can afford a UK arts education? As our art, design and architecture courses have become entirely bankrolled by fat fees from European and international students, resourceful educators are trying to find ways to ensure access, diversity and creativity are maintained. But it’s an uphill struggle.

  • Can art change people’s perspectives?

    Veronica Simpson is in Bristol, European Green Capital 2015, looking at how arts events are first and foremost involving the city’s communities.

  • Vivid ‘blossoms’ strike a pose at the NGV

    John Wardle Architects opens a vibrant summer pavilion at the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia

  • Brixton Street Gallery

    Time to discover the local creative talent during London Design Festival

  • Lightscape: James Turrell at Houghton

    Part of American artist James Turrell’s show at the 18th-century Houghton Hall in Norfolk involves lighting up the facade. Herbert Wright visited