Below is a sampling of media coverage about our work that has appeared in 2022 & 2021. 

 

RADIO / PODCAST / PRESENTATIONS:

National Park Service (Blackstone River Valley National Historic Park): Work/Life Winter Series

WSBS (Great Barrington, MA) Radio Interview About I Get It

Making a Difference with Pizzazz: Podcast: Interview with the Co-Founders of the National Museum of Mental Health Project Apple Podcasts

(Note: NMMHP Co-developer Alexandra Orlandi was erroneously introduced in the above podcast as a student of Assumption University. She is a graduate of Assumption.)

 

PRINT NEWS:

 

Worcester Telegram (MA): National Museum of Mental Health Project sees the arts as path to understanding

Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise (MA): Fitchburg resident an integral part of two social projects

Worcester Telegram (MA): Assumption prof, grad start mental health museum project

Community Advocate (MA): Hudson resident helps launch National Museum of Mental Health Project 

 

Cambridge Tab (MA): Cambridge native helping National Museum of Mental Health Project

Manchester Journal-Inquirer (CT): Conversation with: Kate Kruzick

 

Worcester Telegram (MA): Tulip Project, ValleyCAST's Hope Day shine light on mental illness

 

 

ONLINE-ONLY NEWS:

 

Berkshire Edge (MA): Local Stockbridge-based artist Natasha Wein opens the National Museum of Mental Health's newest exhibit

What's Up Newport (RI): Mark Cutler’s Same Thing Project announces Community Songwriting for Mental Health College Tour

 

Central Mass Town Square (MA): Assumption University Duo Launches Public Art Project to End the Stigma of Mental Illness

Oxford Patch (CT): Oxford Native Helping National Museum of Mental Health Project

 

Medfield Patch: (MA): National Museum of Mental Health Project - Virtual Museum

 

PRESS RELEASES:

Stockbridge Artist Chosen by National Museum of Mental Health Project as Inaugural Exhibitor for Virtual Exhibition