The Garden hosts art projects throughout the year, working directly with various artists.
Events and Open Days
Chelsea Fringe 2019
The Inner Temple Garden's Day of Tree Adventures and Magical FairytalesFind out more
In 2014, Singaporean Randy Chan, a practising architect, and British artist Philippa Lawrence collaborated on an installation called ‘Angles of Incidence’. This was part of the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) and British Council (BC) Artist-in-Residence Exchange programme and held in the garden from 4 June – 20 July 2014. Read more here: http://airx.sg/exhibitions/angles-of-incidence-at-inner-temple-gardens
Also in 2014 London-based, contemporary artist Emma L Coates presented screen prints inspired by a year spent sketching in the garden.
In 2015, 1,000 little white penguin-like sculptures flocked into the garden in a collaboration with Dutch artist Gert-jan Vlaming and the Dutch Embassy. The Phing-things, which each contained a good-will message on their back, stood in the garden for five days before they were given away for free in a ‘re-homing’ ceremony.