Friday, January 18, 6:00-8:00 pm


F&M Projects and Best Quality Daughter collaborate for a final event benefiting Jennifer Ling Datchuk's upcoming publication release! Join us for a happy hour cocktail party set directly between "white" New Year and Chinese New Year on Friday, January 18, 6:00-8:00 pm.

In addition to celebrating Datchuk's artwork investigating her half mixed heritage, we'll be chowing down on an incredible menu set by Jennifer Hwa Dobbertin with Tenko Ramen

Menu includes:
Taiwanese Fried Chicken 
Garlic Cucumbers with Black Beans and Sesame
Pork & Chive and Vegetable Dumplings
Char Siu Pork Sliders with Taiwanese peanuts, pickled red onion and hoisin

Tickets: $60 —Includes subscription to F&M Projects Publication Program. Already a Subscriber? Join us for only $10! Location provided after ticket purchase.


Best Quality Daughter is a pop-up series led by Jennifer Ling Datchuk and Jennifer Hwa Dobbertin celebrating culture, art, food, and community while exploring their identity as half Asian women. Proceeds from this event go to F&M Projects to support the production of Datchuk's upcoming publication.

Datchuk’s artwork explores themes of identity, race, and gender. She often describes herself as half white, half Chinese, or half and half. Describing this event as the halfway point between “white” New Year and Chinese New Year is a call to how the artist investigates her own identity. Click here to learn more about her work!

Special thanks to Tenko Ramen, Dorcol, and our host Charlie Biedenharn for supporting local arts organizations!