One of the nation's most selective graduate programs, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting is one of the only graduate programs in the country to focus solely on painting, allowing a select group of highly talented painters to find their individual voices and develop the discourse to position their work in the contemporary arts world.
A 2010-2011 recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship, alumna Jenny Sidhu Mullins '09 used her fellowship to work in India, researching spiritual tourism and Buddhist painting techniques. "I learned different ways of making and viewing art as a part of an artist's life," she said. "For example, in the case of a thangka painting [a Tibetan silk painting with embroidery], each painting is seen as a sort of meditation. READ Jenny's full profile.