The renovation of the old mill that will become home to the American Mural Project is nearly completed. Click here to read the full article.
Even Amy Wynn, the American Mural Project's first executive director, struggles a bit in explaining what the project is. But give her a couple of minutes and she is able to slowly put words together that at least provide a basic understanding of its intent. Click here to read the full article.
Artistic accomplishment and social awareness are blended together in the nearly completed American Mural Project. Read the full article here.
There’s a lot to like about Winsted, and when it’s finished, the American Mural Project is going to be in a class by itself as a city showplace. Not yet completed, it already generates an inner excitement. Click here to read the full article.
Amy Wynn, current executive director of the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council will soon be joining AMP as the first executive director!
"We are thrilled to have Amy join us at this pivotal moment in our growth. With construction wrapping up in a few weeks, Amy will be overseeing all operations as we begin to install the mural and prepare to open to the public in 2019. Her successes in building the Arts Council will directly translate to our needs in the next several years. She's a tremendous asset to the region, and we can't wait for her to make her mark here." --Ellen Griesedieck, founder and artistic director of the American Mural Project
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Ann Nyberg interviews Ellen on the Nyberg show. Watch the video here.
In a few months, an old factory building on Whiting Street undergoing renovations could technically be ready to store a gigantic three-dimensional mural dedicated to American workers. Click here to read the full article
Mural Project bringing programs for kids 7-13. Click here to read the full article.
Finish line in sight for American Mural Project. Read the full article here.
Interns make difference. Mural project's five helpers making videos.