Watch Ellen on Ann Nyberg's Network Connecticut. Click here to watch the video.
Dream of 3-D mural honoring American workers nearer reality. Read the full article here.
This week, the State Bond Commission approved a $1 million grant to support the development of an old mill building in Winsted to house the American Mural Project. Click here to read the full article.
The American Mural Project receives donation from Friends of Main Street. Read the full article here.
The mural team expands. Project founder visits Winsted 4th-graders. Click here to read the full article.
Ellen was interviewed yesterday, along with Kristina Newman-Scott, Connecticut's director of culture, on WNPR's Where We Live with John Dankosky. Ellen's segment, which starts at approximately 15:00, is part of a longer interview on the state of the arts in Connecticut.
Ellen spent time with Marshall Miles at the Robin Hood Radio studio in Sharon. Listen to Marshall's interview here.
A $1.4 million boost. Ellen Griesedieck is all smiles as she addresses supporters Wednesday after The American Mural Project recieved a $1.4 million challange grant from the state. See the entire article here.
Winsted mural meets funds goal. Project earns $1 million from state to house giant artwork. Click here for the full article.
Folks got a glimpse of the American Mural Project Sunday when they attended an open house at Whiting Mills. Click here to view more photos and to read the rest of this article.