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Sun, Oct 15



multi. diy art fair

save the date: multi. will host it’s first ever diy art fair on october 15th, 2023 at fishcake, 307c kamani st, honolulu, hi 96813. the fair features art prints, zines, ceramics, and everything else in between from 30+ local artists and makers.

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multi. diy art fair
multi. diy art fair

Time & Location

Oct 15, 2023, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Honolulu, 307C Kamani St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA


About the event

about multi. 

multi. is the labor of love of ayaka takao, kera rasavanh and caleb sugai. the three artists have varied backgrounds and interests, sharing the common goal of creating accessible spaces for the public of honolulu to cultivate personal, positive, cathartic experiences with art through diy projects + experimental curation. 

multi. will host a reading room of art books + zines at kaiao space during the month of october. on october 15th, multi. diy art fair will occur at fishcake from 11a - 6p, featuring a diverse group of 30+ local artists. 

multi. believes in the power of the people. 

special thank you: fishcake, kaiao space, and tropic editions 

ayaka takao is an artist and educator based out of honolulu, hi. takao recieved a bfa in fiber from the maryland institute college of art. they have shown and taught at formal + diy spaces in the kingdom of hawai’i and across the continental usa. they aim to bridge the gap between artists and the public through compassionate approaches in art making. 

kera rasavanh is an artist and curator raised in honolulu, hawaiʻi. they are pursuing a ba in art history and certificate in queer studies at uh mānoa. working predominantly with photography, graphic design, and printmaking, rasavanh takes on themes regarding geo-political issues, cultural identity, and “bootleg” imagery of popular films through their ongoing practice. they have worked with numerous non-profit organizations and was formerly the gallery assistant at the arts at marks garage.

caleb sugai is a printer/photographer based in honolulu, hawaii. their self published magazine, dipshit, documents and serves oahu counterculture.

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