Part two of our interview with chef Sharon Ardiana. This video is part of the new Skill Exchange maker series, featuring interviews with local business owners and makers. Part one can be found here. More videos are on the way in the coming weeks!
Today I’d like to share the first video in the Skill Exchange Maker series. This new Maker series will feature local business owners who teach workshops with Skill Exchange. Filmed at Gialina Pizzeria in Glen Park, this first video features an interview with chef Sharon Ardiana. On Thursday I’ll be sharing part two of the interview with Sharon, don’t miss it!
Next week we have a new Skill Exchange video to share, this time featuring a conversation with restauranteur and chef Sharon Ardiana. Sharon has lead a few sold-out workshops with Skill Exchange in the last year. Sharon taught a cavatelli making class last May, and a hand-pulled mozzarella class in September. The video will be live on Wednesday. Oh, and Skill Exchange’s brand new website will also be live early next week. (!!!)
A sneak peek at our shoot at Gialina Pizzeria with restauranteur and chef, Sharon Ardiana. Filming during Friday’s meal prep was almost torture for me… the aroma of pizza dough, lemon olive oil cake in the oven, and later, green garlic as it was expertly chopped by Sharon. Delicious! We interviewed Sharon and filmed her hard at work in the kitchen for our next Skill Exchange video.
I’m very excited to finally share Skill Exchange’s very first foray into film! Our new video features a small selection of the 13 workshops that took place over the course of our 3-day pop-up at StoreFrontLab September 6-9th. This is just the first in a series of videos featuring Skill Exchange teachers, makers and artisans. Over the coming weeks we’ll be sharing more short videos, featuring a few of our Skill Exchange partners. One million thanks are in order for Cerebral Pro, who helped bring this little video into fruition. Also, many many thanks to all of our Skill Exchange teachers past and present, who have contributed their time and enthusiasm to help Skill Exchange grow.
Although I’ve been tweeting for a while now@mipiacekate, Skill Exchange is now on twitter! Follow @Skill_Exchange for the latest non-cat related news and updates… strictly Skill Exchange, DIY, and other kinds of exchange, I promise.