ABOUT THE BUHLER GALLERY
The Buhler Gallery*, unique in Manitoba, is located in St. Boniface Hospital. Open to all patients, visitors, physicians, volunteers and staff since September 2007, its goal is to provide an oasis of contemplation and vision, engaging people in high visual arts programming, music, readings, and performances.
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 further enhancing the role of the arts in health. We hope that visitors will find the changing exhibitions of interest and solace.
Screening the 70s: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of
The Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop
Screening the 70s: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop: Louis Bako, Atomic Explosion (Aminita Muscaria), 1970, Silkscreen on Plexiglass. In the background, Richard Hrabic, Happy Trails to You, 1972, photo serigraph on paper. Both on loan from the collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
*St. Boniface Hospital and
the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation wish to thank John and Bonnie Buhler
sharing in this vision.
Their generous support for
development and programming of the
has enabled the creation of the first hospital gallery in Manitoba, and one of only a few in Canada.