Meet Our Gallery Director
Molly Hull is a Raleigh native and Meredith alumna with an M.A. in Renaissance Art History from Syracuse University in Florence, Italy. After presenting her Master’s thesis in 2017, Molly remained at Syracuse University in Florence for an additional two years as a Teaching Assistant. In this position, she travelled across Italy utilizing museums, churches, and historic sites as classrooms. Beginning in 2019, Molly worked as a lecturer for the education department at the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo in Florence. In this role, she taught groups of Italian students ranging in age from 12 to 25 years in both English and Italian languages. She worked to expand the department, offering educational workshops to American study abroad programs. In her current position as Gallery Director at Meredith, she strives to curate exhibitions that are accessible and engaging to various types of audiences.
M.A. Art History, Syracuse University. Thesis: “A Venetian Altarpiece in a Tuscan Setting: Jacopo Tintoretto’s Last Supper at Lucca Cathedral.”
B.A. Art History and Religious & Ethical Studies, Meredith College