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The East End Art Guild was founded in January 1999 by Diane Cutter and Jaymee Weinreich. Artists and art supporters from Caguas, Humacao, Luquillo, Ceiba, and Fajardo in eastern Puerto Rico joined in an inspiring gathering to partake in the initial planning stages of the new art organization. Now the Guild boasts over 90 members, including supporters in the San Juan area, the United States mainland, and Canada.



The purpose of the Guild is to cater to the community on the East end of the island through exhibition opportunities, networking, exchange of ideas and information, sponsorship of art and art-related workshops, and support of general artistic growth. The EEAG has organized a number of exhibitions throughout the years, both juried and non-juried, on the east end of the island, as well as in Caguas and San Juan, Puerto Rico.



The Guild mails out a monthly newsletter with information about exhibitions, announcements of art workshops, local art services, and other relevant information.


Monthly meetings are held on the third Saturday of every month. The meetings begin with a half hour for socializing, and after a discussion of the Guild's business and future plans, participants are invited to show their work. Paintings, drawings, and other media are shown, both finished and in progress. There may be discussions or demonstrations of skills and techniques that are important to artists.



The East End Art Guild's strongest asset is the diversity of its members. These include beginners, professionals, locals & foreigners, Spanish and non-Spanish speakers, artists of all types of mediums, in addition to those who wish to get involved in promoting the arts.


Meet our Board

Our board is here for our members, to ensure the EEAG functions for its purpose and commitment. 

Contact us directly

Sabrina Parks

Alisa Dillingham

Vice President Workshops

Alicia Kidd

Vice President Exhibitions & Media

Kim Miller
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