Art Center

The Beginning

Dorothy Healy and Eva McNicoll started the Nine in a line Creative Arts Society.

Nine in a line Creative Arts Society was incorporated as a society in February 2007. A call to all artists was made at a Garage Sale and an art show that was held on June 23rd, 2007 at Dorothy Healy's home. Matthew George was in charge of Communications and Web Design, Eva Mcnicoll was the Treasurer, Dorothy Healy was the role model. Dorothy Healy's granddaughter Megan Healy was the groups youngest member at age 14.

The group members used to meet at Dorothy's home for meetings and later moved their meeting to Scrapbook cafe. They held many membership drives calling painters, photographers and artists to join. Over the course of years they have held many art shows, strawberry tea, bake sale, photography contests, garden-art tours, harvest ARTumn gala, Halloween carving contest, Celebrity High Tea, Spock days, Alberta Art days and many more.

The Nine in a Line Creative Arts Society used to be in a vacant section of the Fashion Studio in Vulcan. They moved to the new Healy Heritage Art Center in fall of 2013.

Present Day

The Vulcan Arts Studio and Caelo coexist in the Heritage Healy Center. Numerous Members have their work for sale at the Studio. The studio is evolving constantly with new members displaying their diverse works.

For display fees and conditions, please call Sandra Anderson/Schrans @ 403-485-3052. Members are encouraged to volunteer at the Studio when the coffee shop is open.

Everyone is welcome for Monday drop-in clasees. Fee is $5.00 per drop-in or free if you are a member.

Members also get a discount on other classes and can attend all planned events.

Monthly meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month at the Studio at 1:30pm

A snippet of Culture Days 2016