Jeanne Wudell

Adjunct Faculty

Biography

My name is Jeanne Wudell. I am an Adjunct Instructor of Art History at Glendale, Mesa and Scottsdale Community Colleges.  I earned an M.A. from Arizona State University with a specialization in Renaissance Art.  During my graduate studies, I studied in Florence, Italy.  For more than 20 years at the community college, I have enjoyed teaching ARH 100 Introduction to Art, ARH 101 Prehistoric through Gothic Art and ARH 102 Renaissance through Contemporary Art in the classroom.  In 2016, I also began to develop online classes at Scottsdale Community College, specifically ARH 101 Online and ARH 102 Online.    

In addition to teaching at the community college, I have taught survey classes and an upper-division Renaissance Art class at Arizona State University.  While working at the Phoenix Art Museum, I served as Exhibition Assistant for Copper as Canvas: Two Centuries of Masterpiece Paintings on Copper, 1575-1775.  I was a contributor to the Copper as Canvas exhibition catalogue and the museum’s collection catalogue, Phoenix Art Museum Collection Highlights.  At the museum, I also served as Faculty Advisor for the Friends of European Art. 

I love living in Arizona with my family.  The warm weather and desert landscape suit me perfectly.  It is a dry heat as they say!  I also love to travel and have had wonderful opportunities to explore Europe, Egypt and Israel.  

Courses

Course # Class Section Semester Course Title Course Syllabus
ARH100 17663 Fall 2020 Introduction to Art
ARH102 18657 Fall 2020 Renaissance Through Cont Art