storytelling

Tell Us Something Bylaws Ratified! The Tell Us Something Board of Directors had our first official meeting on Saturday, October 30, 2021. We were able to knock out all of the agenda items in 90 minutes including: 1. Adopted bylaws and articles 2. Reviewed board onboarding packet together 3. Determined terms for all board members…

The larches are turning, the maples are red. Fall is here! I hope you’ve been able to get outside and enjoy the beautiful colors and gorgeous weather! In last month’s newsletter, I highlighted a little about the live in-person storytelling event in August. I also shared with you some of the information that the survey…

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….

Spring is here! Some of the things that have happened since I last checked in: I turned 50 I collaborated with Heather Adams, Elijah Fisher and Shenoah Curleywildshoe on a dramatic reading of an Amanda Gorman poem for Spark! Arts Ignite Learning Missoula Check out that video here: Marc Moss & Heather Adams // Dramatic…

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….

Thank you for your support in 2020! Happy New Year! This month’s newsletter is a short one. Thank you to everyone who supported Tell Us Something during the most difficult year in our lifetimes. Thank you to the storytellers, to those who attended the live streams, our sponsors, and to those who donated to help…

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…

Summer is coming to a close here in Montana, and we have a lot of reasons to be grateful. After the late winter and early spring lockdown during the pandemic, we’ve had the opportunity to get outside, explore our mountains, rivers, forests, and soak up the sunshine. Wildfire season has been mercifully mild in terms…