Montana

Happy Fall! As the smoke clears out of the valley and temperatures drop, I am remembering what a lovely evening we had out at Bonner Park Bandshell last month. If you missed it, be sure to subscribe to the Tell Us Something podcast so that you can hear all of the stories from that night….

Reading time: 2 minutes   February. It’s a month that, in Missoula, I always look forward to. To me, February feels like the midway point of winter. February is also the month in which my favorite non-Tell Us Something event takes place: the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. An entire week of storytelling on film….

It is Giving Tuesday on December 1, 2020! It’s been a tough year for performances, and Tell Us Something has embraced the opportunity to experiment with different ways for people to share stories. I am so grateful to those who have shared their stories via the new storyteller conversations in the Meet the Storytellers of…

We are all on edge, trying to figure out what each moment looks and feel like and how to navigate this new reality. We have seen neighborhood community action groups rise up to help each other, we have seen local businesses band together to help those who need it, we have seen our town go…

2019 Year in Review Thank you all for being part of the Tell Us Something community last year! 2019 is now disappearing in the rearview mirror. And before we look forward to building new stories together, let’s take a moment to reflect on another year of shared stories, successes, and growth. In 2019, we were…

In the spring of 2019, Chris LaTray sat down with the director of Tell Us Something, Marc Moss, interviewed storytellers and Advisory Board members and attended the workshop and  live event to get a better understanding of what Tell Us Something really is. Read the resulting article in Montana Quartelry by clicking or tapping the…

Here is a recap of 2017’s accomplishments and a look forward to the many opportunities 2018 holds. Completed Artists as Educators: Refining Your Practice training (16 hours) provided by The Kennedy Foundation as part of the SPARK! Arts Missoula initiative Launched new more user friendly website thanks to our friends over at Gecko Designs Completed…