Jacinta Kendrick joined Champlain College, Dublin in 2010. Kendrick teaches Cultural Immersion Through the Fine Arts and she is a supervisor for students doing independent art studies. Prior to teaching at Champlain College, Dublin, Kendrick taught at both second level schools and third level institutions in Dublin.
Kendrick holds a degree in Art and Design Education from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD). She is currently attending a postgraduate course in Trinity College, Dublin, studying Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship.
Kendrick's classes with Champlain Dublin involve a wealth of interaction for her students. In class, Kendrick and her students visit galleries, museums, and cultural institutions around the city. Kendrick also engages students in practical art projects to encourage them to reconnect with their personal creativity; she deeply enjoys teaching and inspiring students to see the endless possibilities they have creatively, as well as increasing their confidence in responding to the visual world around them.
In her free time, Kendrick enjoys reading, hill walking, the cinema, researching exhibitions to bring her classes to, and planning bucket lists of European city breaks that she will eventually go on!
"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."