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Buhler Gallery
409 Tache Ave.
Winnipeg MB  R2H 2A6

Region: Winnipeg
Primary Phone: 204-237-2309

Email: Email Now

Admission: FREE

Regular Hours:
Monday 1-5 Tuesday 1-5 Wednesday 1-5 Thursday 1-5 Friday 1-5 Saturday 12-4 Sunday 12-4

About the Museum:

The Buhler Gallery is a place of hope, healing and contemplation for patients, their families, staff and visitors. Curated exhibitions, engaging and thought provoking, change throughout the year and feature the work of contemporary Canadian artists.

St. Boniface Hospital recognizes the benefits of the arts in health and healing; and its impact on the fabric of daily life. By establishing this dedicated gallery, the hospital is enhancing the role of the arts in health, and well-being within our larger community.

The Buhler Gallery holds 400 pieces of art work, donated by artists and art collectors, in its permanent collection. Many of those pieces are on display in locations throughout the hospital.
There is no fee to visit and the Gallery is wheelchair accessible.

Museum Events:

Escape in Place: Inspirations from the Permanent Collection
September 23th to November 14th, 2021
The Buhler Gallery is so pleased to present an exhibition curated by Colleen Leduc, a Masters in Cultural Studies student from the University of Winnipeg. We challenged Leduc to curate a show using recent donations to the Permanent Collections and she took it above and beyond. In her own words:
“The artworks in Escape in Place immerse us in the beauty found in the everyday. The changing seasons, the warm glow of a corner store, a bird taking flight. They invite the viewer to reflect on the beauty of everyday experiences, moments from history, or personal moments remembered.” Colleen Leduc
All visitors should make an appointment and indicating what day they would like to see the show. Make an appointment to visit by e-mail Tanya Gadd at 
Updated safety measures: All gallery visitors will require proof of vaccination at the hospital entrance.

Virtual Tour:

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The Association of Manitoba Museums acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 territory and the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.