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  • Présentation d'artiste d'Annie Hémond Hotte, 2017.
    Présentation d'artiste d'Annie Hémond Hotte, 2017.

For over fifteen years, Centre CLARK has developed a quality cultural mediation service open to all age groups. Highly sensitive to the evolving character and needs of our community, we have developed a range of innovative activities that aim to make contemporary art accessible to everyone.

Our activities allow audiences to familiarize themselves with the Centre’s exhibition and production projects, as well as the physical and virtual spaces where these artistic programs occur. In the spirit of experimentation and learning about contemporary art, we offer viewers a range of adapted activities: school group tours (for children and adults), presentations by artists and curators, studio visits, artist-led family activities, tours for youth and specialized groups, seniors’ workshops, etc. The public is also invited to discover Atelier CLARK, an accessible woodworking facility.

In addition to family activities and group tours, Centre CLARK organizes artist talks as part of each exhibition. Stay tuned by checking out our calendar of activities and our Facebook page.

All of our cultural mediation activities are free.

To know more or to make a reservation, please contact our Cultural Mediation Coordinator, Marilyn Farley: mediation@clarkplaza.org

5455 ave. de Gaspé is equipped with a wheelchair accessible ramp located on the north side of the building, near the corner of de Gaspé and Saint-Viateur.

This project is funded by the Entente sur le développement culturel de Montréal, between the City of Montreal and the ministère de la Culture et des Communications.


Cultural Mediation
For over ten years, the Centre d’art et de diffusion CLARK has developed a quality cultural mediation service open to all age groups.


As part of its exhibition program, CLARK offers a series of artist talks. These activities are free and open to all.