|Ms. Maria Laura Ginoy (left) with her panelist, Dean|
Nestor Vinluan, during her Academic Exercise.
Regardless of how anyone would consider the liturgical art, the sculptures invite the public to touch them during their personal devotion and encounter with the Lord. As it now becomes a permanent landmark at the chapel, this art would surely become an indelible image in the UP community. This work was previously featured by the ABS-CBN News in 02 April 2015. Click the link below for the complete feature article.