Telling a Different Kind of Story

Hayley Milliman

Content Lead

We love telling stories, teaching others to tell stories, and learning about how to tell the best stories. Basically, Museum Hack is one big storyfest, all the time.

One of the most powerful lessons we’ve learned about storytelling is that the best stories often don’t look like stories at all. A powerful story can be a picture, or a facial expression, or even silence. Stories come in all shapes, sizes, and forms – and no matter what they look or sound like, they have the ability to profoundly change us.

Today, we’re taking a look at lessons learned from three of the best unconventional storytellers.

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