Join us for an evening with veteran travel writer, adventure tour leader, author, and filmmaker Phil Cousineau, as we explore the overlap between ancient travel wisdom and modern journeying techniques. Tonight we will use travel stories from the wiliest of history’s travelers, from Ibn Battua to Isabelle Eberhardt and Pico Iyer, and contemplate how we all might travel more soulfully, wisely, and transformatively.
The evening will include a few film clips, a plethora of stories, and a rich opportunity for discussion.
About Phil Cousineau: He is a freelance writer, documentary filmmaker, independent scholar, worldwide lecturer, storyteller, and creativity consultant. He has published over forty books, written or co-written over twenty-five award-winning documentary films, and hosted “Global Spirit,” on PBS and LINK TV for the last ten years, a series that Bill Moyers has described as some of the most important television on the air.
Cousineau has led art, literature, and mythology tours around the world from Ireland and Greece to England, France, Italy, and Cuba, in search of what the ancients called “The soul of the world.” He lives with his family on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco.
Tickets: $15 benefit Charity:Water
Wine & Food available for purchase.