Have you watched the 2017 animation film “Coco”? Then visit Study Hall A in UA&P to see imitations of the “ofrendas,” or the offerings for the dead placed elaborately in ritual altars during the annual “Dia de Muertos” (Day of the Dead) in Mexico.

The “Ofrendas in UA&P: Appropriating Dia De Muertos,” initiated by the Department of Asia-Pacific Studies under the College of Arts and Sciences, will be on exhibit from October 22 to 26. It aims to highlight the practices of faith and culture that the Philippines share with other Hispanic communities.