Rosemary Jinks Luddy

Adjunct Professor of Interior Design
Division: Design

Rosemary Luddy received her bachelor’s degree in interior design from Florida State University, and her master’s degree from Parsons School of Design: The New School and The Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, in the History of European Decorative Arts.  While at Parsons, she focused on 17th, 18th, and 19th century English, French, and Irish furniture, silver, and porcelain.  She has also studied in Paris, at New York University and with the University of Georgia’s Studies Abroad program in Cortona, Italy.

She has worked for many years at Skinner, Inc., Auctioneers and Appraisers of Fine and Decorative Art.  At one time, she was the director of appraisal services and most recently works in the American and European Paintings and Prints Department.

Ms. Luddy’s publications include the Irish Arts Review Yearbook, 2002, vol. 18, “‘Every Article in the Inlaid Way’: The Furniture of William Moore.”

Ms. Luddy has also been a visible part of Worcester's many non-profit organizations including the Worcester Art Museum, the Historical Museum, The Junior League of Worcester, and the Worcester County Community Foundation.

Starting her adjunct role at Becker in 2008, she teaches in the design department

Courses Taught

Adjunct professor, Becker College (2008-present)

  • Visual Design, Fall 2008
  • Art History I and II, Survey of Art History, Pre-History through Modern, Spring and Fall 2009, Spring and Fall 2010
  • Applied Aesthetics, Fall 2009, 2010
  • 3-D Design, Spring 2011, 2012
  • Advanced Rendering, Spring 2011
  • Principles of Design, Fall 2011
  • Special Topics in Interior Design, Spring 2012
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