RCS Shakedown Cake Stand: 2018

Eliane Medina

Eliane Medina

Jake Corboy

Jake Corboy

Jon Johnson

Jon Johnson

three events to high light cake stands!

An Online Sale: via www.ratcitystudios.com

NOW LIVE through the end of the April!

Featured Artists include: 
Eliane Medina, Jake Corboy, Jon Johnson, Deb Schwartzkopf, Jordan Jones, Zak Helenske,
Collaborating Artists: Giving  50%-25% of their commission to support the Studio Assistant Funding Endeavor (SAFE)!
Adam Field, Jennifer Allen, Blair Clemo, Kip O'Krongly, Doug Peltzman, Nick Danielson, En Iwamura

An Instagram Exhibition:

The Instragram exhibition ran during March.  We selected 10 people to feature on the RCS IG @ratcitystudios
Now in April we will feature 3 of those people on Deb's IG @debspottery
Follow our hashtag to see all the entries!  #ratcityshakedowncakestand

An instore display at Pop-up at Baked: Custom Cakes!

Our cake stands are on display for several month.  Walk on by their beautiful storefront to see them. 
In Person Event Reception is one day only!
Saturday, April 7th from 3-6pm
Location: Baked Custom Cakes, 2604 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
RSVP via Facebook if you like through the link. 

About the Studio Assistant Funding Endeavor (SAFE)

I am in the process of beginning to raise financial support for studio assistants at Rat City Studios. The collaborative cake stands are a shared effort.  My goal is to give each incoming assistant $500 to get settled in September 2018.  Long term, my goal is to create a stipend that would help offset the cost of living in Seattle and assist with material expenses. Later this summer I will be running a crowd-funding campaign to establish the SAFE !  

This is one of the collaborative cake stands between Adam Field and Deb Schwartzkopf

Adam Field and Deb Schwartzkopf
Adam Field and Deb Schwartzkopf
Adam Field and Deb Schwartzkopf

Deborah Schwartzkopf

Rat City Studios is the workspace of Deborah Schwartzkopf, Seattle based studio potter and instructor. Her mission is to engage and build community through clay – one person, one neighborhood, and one experience at a time. In service to this pursuit, she offers studio assistant positions for emerging artists, connects people through social events, instructs classes and workshops, and maintains a lively career in the ceramic arts!