kh studio's keiko hatano will be releasing something new and she'll be at the shop to talk about it! read on, for the ins and outs...
have last minute shopping before guests arrive for the holidays? or that one unique gift for that special someone? come by our fishcake fishmarket pop up at south shore market. check out our holiday hours for all our locations, including morning glass coffee.
fishcake is popping up at south shore market for the holidays. read on to learn more!
mixed media artist, amelia samari, will be finishing her term of artist in residence at the boxjelly this month. the opening reception will be thurs sept 15th 5-9pm hosted by the boxjelly.
fishcake will be among over 400+ vendors showcasing made-in-hawaii products all weekend long at the Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall in booth 308 at the 22nd Annual Made in Hawaii Festival!
commence the search. boxjelly x fishcake is now accepting applications for a fall-term artist for their Resident Artist Program.
this program continues after the successful term completion of boxjelly's first RA, Amelia Samari!
back to school, birthdays, & final summer bbq's coming up ? where do you turn to with a unique gift in mind that says you put thought into it? come dabble in the mystic and get your fortune told through palm and tarot card readings. find that pièce de résistance with a wide array of chic garden, clothing, jewelry and vintage accessories.
sunday fishmarket on August 7th from 11:00am-4:00pm will house an ecclectic assortment from modern design to contemporary local taste. bring your friends and your family and find a little something for everyone!
listening party is back!
+ coffee cocktails by morning glass
+ shop from local artisans and designers
+ tunes by jun & the forrest
Award winning poet and author Naomi Shihab Nye will join Bamboo Ridge Press counterparts Wing Tek Lum, Juliet S. Kono and Lois Ann Yamanaka to present Old Friend New Poems, readings from their respective works in an informal event at fishcake on Sunday, July 24 from 2:30-4:00 p.m. (parking in the old Lanai Things lot next door to fishcake).
This reading is open to the public and admission is free, although space is limited. The event is co-sponsored by fishcake, Bamboo Ridge Press, Shangri La and the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art.