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Kate Molloy

Student Experience

Kate holds a Masters in Contemporary Art Practice from Edinburgh College of Art and a BA Hons in Fine Art from the Center for Creative Arts and Media, Galway. Working in Student Experience, Kate will be leading and implementing student activities such as the Dorset College Social Programme as well as Clubs and Societies.

In addition to helping with student governance and coordinate the face to face Class Representative Training. Kate has a specific interest in mental health well-being and cultural activities that encourage students to engage with their creativity.

Previously Kate worked as research assistant to the Deputy Dean of the Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland and as an administrator for the Career Development Employability Services at University of Auckland.

Kate has travelled extensively, working in a variety of roles and volunteering with different charities. Kate was shortlisted for Contemporary Visions VI, London and has exhibited her work both nationally and Internationally. Her most recent solo show Poetic Hesitations opened in July 2020, at the Seamus Ennis Art Centre, Co Dublin.

Job Title:
Student Experience Leader