top of page
black and white photo taken from street. A closeup of the stephen street street sign and the clocktower in the background


The Pembina Hills Arts Council sites are located on Treaty 1 Territory.

We acknowledge this with gratitude to the land which provides material and inspiration for creativity, as well as to the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Dene and Metis people for their ongoing stewardship of this land. We also acknowledge our responsibility to treat both the land and the diverse community of people who live here with care and respect.

pembina hills arts council



Pembina Hills Arts Council (PHAC) was founded in 1988 and incorporated in 1992. It covers a vast region and represents approximately 60,000 residents. The population continues to grow with newcomers and new industry which results in a dynamic culture rich in diversity.

PHAC has identified clear objectives and vision statements which correspond to their founding mission statement. An action plan has been generated to carry out the work necessary to meet the objectives.




The Pembina Hills Arts Council, as an umbrella organization, operates the Pembina Hills Arts Centre located at 352 Stephen Street, Morden. Through this location, we host a wide range of visual arts programs, exhibitions, and events aimed at increasing cultural awareness and engagement as we strive to improve the quality of life for the community. We operate four satellite galleries at the Manitou Opera House in Manitou, MB, Neubergthal Commons in Neubergthal, MB, 500 Stephen St. Morden, and Morden Food Hall and Market.  

bottom of page