The East County Art Association is a non-profit organization with goals to promote friendship, fine art appreciation in all media, and provide art education for members and the community.
2020 Women In The Arts Expo.
June 13 | At Courtyard Marriott of El Cajon.
This event is an art event open to all Artists. The East County Art Association and Courtyard Marriott of El Cajon are hosting a special art expo for all to come together and celebrate Women In The Arts. This year is about WOMEN. It is the 100th anniversary of the Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women’s constitutional right to vote. We are working with The Women Museum of California in promoting the event and participating with us. Hope you all can join us. For more information please log on to www.artexpoatthemarriott.com or send us a message on our contact page if your interested on a art exhibition booth. Hope to see you all there.
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Exhibits & Events
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The East County Art Association was initially established as an arts and crafts organization. The first meeting of what was then called the El Cajon Art Association was held in 1979. From 1979 to 1984 The East County Art Association showed at local community shopping centers. These open air shows were highly successful for crafts, but proved to be a problem for the showing of fine art paintings.
In 1984, then President, Dorothy Cohen, convinced the owner of a local shopping center on East Main Street in El Cajon to allow the Association the use of a small store for a Fine Art Gallery and meeting place until the space was rented.In the tradition of many art organizations, the ECAA members enthusiastically transformed the former shoe store into a suitable place to display their art works and to hold monthly meetings. Learn more >>