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ANNOUNCING THE NEXT LIVE SHOW!
We are live streaming 6 storytellers sharing their true personal stories.
The theme is a little looser than usual this time: “Come as You Are”. We are proud to feature storytellers who were engaged in an intensive week-long storytelling workshop.
This event will feature ASL interpreters to accommodate our deaf friends.
Did you have the chance to watch the comet NEOWISE last month? Joyce and I walked up the backside of North Hills in The Rattlesnake and caught it one night. We tracked it by using the three powerlines as a reference point. When we saw the comet, it was in the middle, near the 2nd of the three power lines. Within 5 minutes, it was below the lowest of the three power lines. With a point of reference, we could really see how fast it was moving. Summer seems to be moving even faster. A lot has happened since I last checked in with you, and much of it feels slow-moving. Still, I keep placing one foot in front of the other.
I’m continually uploading past Tell Us Something live events to the YouTube channel. As I do so, I am placing timestamps on the descriptions so that it is easy to jump to each storyteller’s story with “chapters.” If you haven’t checked out some of the archives, go check out the YouTube channel and hit that SUBSCRIBE button.
Speaking of archives, the new feature on the Tell Us Something podcast “Meet the Storytellers” is going great. When I put the call out to storytellers describing the project, the positive response was tremendous. I am still interviewing storytellers for the project and producing a new podcast episode every week. If you haven’t listened yet, there are three episodes for you to catch up on. You’ll get to meet the storytellers behind the stories and experience the stories in more depth. It’s fun to revisit past stories or listen to them for the first time if you haven’t heard them before.
Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.
Right now, a great way to support Tell Us Something is to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts.
Here’s a quick video to show you how.
If you use Stitcher, you can rate us there too:
- Go go www.stitcher.com
- Search for the Tell Us Something podcast
- Scroll down until you see “Write a Review” under “Load More Episodes”
- Review away or just give a star rating
Canceling all of our live events has been hard in lots of ways. I miss gathering in person with all of you, and I miss the energy that is tangible in the room. It has also drastically impacted our ability to continue operating. Most of our revenue comes from ticket sales, and we haven’t had any ticket sales since February’s fundraiser event.
Another way to support Tell Us Something is to order some merch!
As we prepare to go back to school, check out the incredible Creativity At Home resource videos focusing on social-emotional learning that the many Teaching Artists of Spark! Arts Missoula have contributed to.
Thank you for your support, and I look forward to gathering together in a live in-person setting when it is again safe. Stay safe, and keep sharing your stories.
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