Modern and Contemporary Exhibitions

Patients, staff, visitors all welcome

Enjoy the benefits of the arts in health and healing

About The Buhler Gallery

Welcome to the Buhler Gallery, a place of hope, healing, and contemplation for all who visit!

St. Boniface Hospital recognizes the benefits of the arts in health and healing, and its impact on the fabric of daily life and the community as a whole. By establishing this dedicated gallery, the hospital is enhancing the role of the arts in health and well-being. We hope that visitors will find the curated exhibitions engaging, thought provoking, and a source of solace.

Buhler Gallery exhibitions change throughout the year and feature the work of contemporary Canadian artists, many from Manitoba and the Prairie Provinces.

Perhaps our visitors say it best:

“Wonderful! Thanks so much! Was so helpful to me – helped me move through sadness and happiness and curiosity all at once. I will return to absorb more. I really appreciate the exhibit.”
L. G. – January, 2020

Cornelius, Karen (b. 1954) Looted Dress in the Congo (2013)
Lobchuk, Bill (b. 1942) Moo One (1975)
Tascona, Tony, (1926-2006) Flight Path (1983)

St. Boniface Hospital and the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation wish to thank John and Bonnie Buhler for sharing in this vision. Their generous support for the development and programming of the Buhler Gallery has enabled the creation of the first hospital gallery in Manitoba, and one of only a few in Canada.

St. Boniface Hospital

Leona Herzog
Director/Curator
St. Boniface Hospital
409 Taché Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 2A6

lherzog@sbgh.mb.ca
204-237-2309

Please note that the Director/Curator is not always on the premises and it may take a few days to receive a response.

 

 

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Hours

All visitors should make an appointment and indicating what day they would like to see the show.

Monday          2-6
Tuesday          1-5
Wednesday   2-6
Thursday        2-6
Friday              2-6
Saturday        12-4
Sunday           12-4

Make an appointment to visit by e-mail Tanya Gadd at tgadd@sbgh.mb.ca 

Updated safety measures: All gallery visitors will require proof of vaccination at the hospital entrance.

You can follow us on social media for frequent updates:
@buhlergallery
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We are closed on statutory holidays.

General Information

  • Admission is free.
  • Please note that food and drinks are not permitted in the Buhler Gallery.
  • The Buhler Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
  • Please enter through the Hospital’s main entrance. If assistance or a wheelchair is required please visit our Information Desk located at the Everett Atrium (hospital main entrance).
  • Cameras are permitted, but flash devices cannot be used.

We acknowledge that we are gathered on ancestral lands, on Treaty One Territory. These are the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and the heartland of the Métis people. We acknowledge that our water is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. We are dedicated to move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.

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