SAGA support helped Brittany Decker and Remelisa Cullitan grow the outreach of GlitterCouch and work to improve the audio-visual quality of their work.
GlitterCouch is a shining, almost magical, object that is taken wherever it’s needed: hiking trails, urban alleyways, offices, parking lots, and more. The co-creators want to play up the juxtaposition of a glitzy piece of home furniture in incongruous scenery. Sitting in this casual, intimate, funky and fun setting, local artists are interviewed by Brittany Decker and Remelisa Cullitan and speak frankly about their work and present themselves to a global audience.
The co-creators record these interviews and publish them on various social media channels for the world to see.
We feel that there is a need for a platform in which local artists have both visual and audible examples of their work made public
Like many artists in Spokane, GlitterCouch was previously funded one-hundred percent by out of pocket resources from the co-creators. The SAGA-funded improvements not only grew the GlitterCouch audience, but also helped invite new, interesting, diverse artists to the couch for interviews.