The Clarence-Rockland Art Gallery is located on the main level of the Cultural and Recreational Complex (YMCA), 1525 du Parc Avenue. The Gallery is open during Clarence-Rockland YMCA regular business hours and is wheelchair accessible. Admission is free.

Gallery exhibitions feature the work of local artists working in all types of media. The Gallery presents a total of approximately 10 exhibitions annually, each of which lasts approximately four weeks.

A public gallery is a forum for the exploration of diverse ideas. The City of Clarence-Rockland supports exhibits that are inclusive of our diverse community, including ancestry, ability, age, culture, gender, language, race and sexual orientation.


Due to Covid-19, opening hours at the YMCA may be impacted. Please contact the Y for the latest opening hours 343-804-0720.

Artistic Exhibits Application Process

Once a year, the City of Clarence-Rockland invites artists residing in Clarence-Rockland to apply to exhibit their artwork. Applications are reviewed by Community Relations and selected exhibitions are presented at the Cultural and Recreational Complex (YMCA).

Call to Artists and Artisans

The City of Clarence-Rockland invites artists and artisans residing in Clarence-Rockland to apply to participate in its 2022 annual Art Exhibit that will be held at the Clarence-Rockland Gallery located at the Recreational and Cultural Complex (YMCA) from March to December 2022. The duration of the exhibition will be determined according to the number of registrations received.  

To submit an exhibition project, interested artists and artisans must communicate by email to the following address: in order to obtain a registration form.  The deadline to return the completed form is Friday, February 25th, 2022. 

The objective of this exhibition is to promote the arts and culture to the citizens of our municipality. To do this, this project welcomes artists from all disciplines. 

Any questions should be directed to Christine Sarault, Cultural and Community Activities Coordinator at 

June Artist - Christine Lenoir Godin

Christine has been an artist for 60 years and creates with graphite, charcoal, inks, watercolours, pastels, mixed media and acrylics. She also sculpts with clay and found objects.

Her artist mother was her first art teacher. Her artistic education spans several decades.  Christine obtained her General Arts Certificate from the Ottawa School of Art (2014).  She paints in the impressionist and abstract  styles. As an artist, she shares her concerns on the unsolved problems of women in the world and the de-forestation of our planet.

Photo Gallery: Christine Lenoir Godin will appear here on the public site.


Art Gallery Display