LUCKYCHOW Preview at the SF Asian Art Museum
The SF Asian Art Museum invites to you:
THURSDAY, MAY 7 6-9 PM MUSEUM-WIDE ($5 AFTER 5 PM)
Join us as we explore the rich intersection of art, culture, food and spirits. We will be previewing an episode from “LUCKYCHOW,” a new PBS television series following LUCKYRICE culinary festival founder Danielle Chang as she travels across America exploring the Asian food landscape. Premiering in the Bay Area on KQED on Sundays at 11:30am starting May 24, the series features many of the country’s most renowned chefs and culinary stars, such as Top Chef winner, Kristen Kish as well as Bay Area favorite Ramen Shop. Join Danielle Chang and special guests after the screening for a conversation and audience Q&A. Before the screening, Kirsten Shilakes will discuss a flight of three sakes, each of which has been paired with an artwork featured in the exhibition Seduction: Japan’s Floating World. The night includes cash bars and music by Marky Enriquez (a.k.a. Proof).
6:15 PM: SAKE FLIGHT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ($14) 6:45–7:15 PM: SAKE PRESENTATION AND TASTING (SAMSUNG HALL) 7:15–9 PM: SCREENING OF “LUCKYCHOW” AND CONVERSATION WITH SERIES HOST DANIELLE CHANG AND SPECIAL GUESTS (SAMSUNG HALL)
THIS PROGRAM IS PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CENTER FOR ASIAN AMERICAN MEDIA.