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2015 Program

Event #60

Davide Sapienza

Adventure into Everywhere

Conference-show for all
Ages 8 and up 60 minutes

 

Get ready to set off for a travelling storytelling experience that will let you hear the voice of adventure, the call of Jack London and the music of snow. A path through the “narrative” images that Davide Sapienza has collected around the world. Finally discovering the Everywhere: the map we all carry inside ourselves.

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Davide Sapienza
Davide Sapienza

is a writer, traveller, journalist and translator of Jack London's works. The book Camminando, published this year by Zoom Feltrinelli states: «An extraordinary explorer and storyteller is back to tell us about the art of walking, his philosophy and his story».

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Davide Sapienza

Adventure into Everywhere

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