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Manitoba Rural and Northern Juried Art Show

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Buhler Gallery St. Boniface Hospital

Winnipeg, MB

Directions: The Buhler Gallery is located in the St. Boniface Hospital.



Offered in English and French.

Wheelchair accessible.


This September, Winnipeggers will have the opportunity to take in the best contemporary visual art from across Manitoba. The Manitoba Rural & Northern Juried Art Show features 40 artists selected by juries in the Central, Northern, Parkland and Westman regions of Manitoba. Artworks cover a diverse range of media, including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media and textiles.

Artists include:

Teresa Burrows, an internationally recognized Thompson-based artist, brings “Our Lady of the Seal Hunt,” which she made in 2017 for the Canadian Craft Biennale. It is a portrait in mixed media of acclaimed throat singer, artist, activist and Order of Canada recipient Tanya Tagaq.

Natalie Rostad-Desjarlais, an award-winning stone artist and poet, brings “Cedar Ridge.” RostadDesjarlais’s work has been displayed internationally and purchased for collections belonging to Elton John, Jimmy Carter, Jane Fonda and Ted Turner, Shania Twain, David Suzuki and others.

Rosemarie Péloquin, a Ste. Rose-du-Lac artist who creates lifelike 3D busts using felt, brings “Sibling Rivalry.” Péloquin says of her work, “I sculpt portraits that represent character rather than physical likeness, fragile moments intended to tug at remembrances.”

WHERE: Buhler Gallery, inside St. Boniface Hospital (409 Tache Ave)

WHEN: Reception: Sunday, September 8, 2019, 1 PM to 3:30 PM

Exhibit: September 3 – 29, 2019

Monday - Friday: 10 AM to 8 PM

Saturday & Sunday: 12 PM to 4 PM

COST: The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public, thanks to support Assiniboine Credit Union, Gardewine and the Province of Manitoba



Manitoba Arts Network

Founded in 1984, the Manitoba Arts Network is a non-profit, charitable arts service organization. We connect, showcase, and promote visual and performing artists with communities across Manitoba.


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