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Patricia Bovey & Leona Herzog - Book Launch

Sunday Nov 19 2017 2:00 pm, Winnipeg, Grant Park in the Atrium

Launch of Visual Celebrations II / Célébrations Visuelles II.

This volume marks the 10th Anniversary of the Buhler Gallery in St. Boniface Hospital, celebrating the many artists who have shared their work with patients, staff and visitors over the preceding five years. Pat Bovey’s insightful catalogues, along with many works by noted artists, are beautifully reproduced; while Leona Herzog’s essay draws attention to the pivotal role the Gallery plays in providing a healing space for solace, respite and contemplation in a healthcare environment.

Patricia Bovey, FRSA, FCMA, appointed to the Senate of Canada in 2016, is a Winnipeg-based gallery director and curator, art historian, writer, professor and, for many years, a management consultant in the arts and not-for-profit sector.

Formerly Director, she was appointed Director Emerita of the Winnipeg Art Gallery in 2014; was a founder of the Buhler Gallery at St Boniface Hospital, and Director/Curator from its 2007 inception to Dec. 2016. Pat was key to the establishment of the University of Winnipeg’s MA in Curatorial Practice.

Leona Herzog, BFA, MA, independent arts management consultant, is the current Director/Curator of the Buhler Gallery; and sits on the Board of Trustees of Manitoba Opera as a member of the Executive and chair of the Audience Engagement Committees. Between 2008 and 2015, she established the noted Manitoba Hydro art collection.

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Visual Celebrations II

- Hardcover

by Patricia Bovey - $30.00 - Add to Cart

Visual Celebrations II / Célébrations Visuelles II marks the 10th Anniversary of the Buhler Gallery in St. Boniface Hospital, celebrating the many artists who have shared their work with patients, staff and visitors over the preceding five years. Pat Bovey’s insightful catalogues, along with many works by noted artists, are beautifully reproduced; while Leona Herzog’s essay draws attention to the pivotal role the Gallery plays in providing a healing space for solace, respite and contemplation in a healthcare environment.