Julia Clarke creating her sculpture at Kew

Artful Autumn: Julia Clarke

Julia's willow sculptures are on display on Cedar Vista and outside the Marianne North Gallery. We asked her what materials she uses and why, what made her want to exhibit at Kew and how she feels now that her sculptures are in the Gardens.

Lindsay Sekulowicz' s 'Egg tempera after yellow vessel'

Lindsay Sekulowicz: Plantae Amazonicae

This exhibition forms a portrait of the Brazilian Amazon, resulting from collaboration between the artist Lindsay Sekulowicz and Kew’s Science team. 7 October to 11 March.

Silk River scrolls

Artful Autumn: Silk River unfurls

Twenty vibrant, six-metre long, hand-painted silk scrolls telling stories of areas along the Thames and the Hooghly River in India, will be on display for one week in the Nash Conservatory. Sunday 22 to Friday 27 October 2017.

Autumn in the Arboretum at Kew

Artful Autumn: Science explainers

Explainers will be on hand to reveal why leaves change their colour when the weather gets colder and to help you understand the science behind autumn. 7-8, 14-15, 21 and 28-29 October 2017.

Autumn leaves at Kew Gardens

Artful Autumn: Tree spotting walks

Learn how to become an expert tree spotter as you take a guided walk through our Natural Area. Weekends 7-8 and 14-15 October and every day during half-term (21 to 29 October).

Acer leaves in autumn

Artful Autumn: Why do leaves change colour in autumn?

A family activity where you'll discover the science behind why leaves change colour and fall from the trees during the colder months. Weekends 7-8 and 14-15 October and every day during half-term (21 to 29 October).

Autumn at Kew

Artful Autumn: Natural yoga

Learn simple techniques and plant poses at one of our Vinyasa flow yoga classes. Weekends between 7 and 29 October 2017.