FACES

October 27, 2009

A wide range of people have attended the various presentations of the Faye family during their visit so far. Some who attended presentations had a familiarity with the sabar tradition, but most people were experiencing the beauty of this tradition for the first time. As they listened to the music and watched the artistry of the musicianship and the dance they were captivated by the welcoming spirit of the géwël tradition. The following photographs illustrate some of this.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Faculty at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Guest at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Faculty at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Student at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Students at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

Student at Faye presentation of sabar tradition.

David Sargent, President of Suffolk University watching the Faye family present the géwël tradition.

David Sargent, President of Suffolk University watching the Faye family present the géwël tradition.

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