The Lucy Templeton Kellogg ’24 Visiting Artist Program
The Lucy Templeton Kellogg ’24 Visiting Artist Program was established in May 1998 by many contributions in her memory from family and friends. This endowed fund generates income to bring visiting artists to Chase who teach interested students in music and the arts in a manner that enhances the curriculum and enriches their lives.
Lucy Templeton Kellogg ’24 was passionate in her love of and support for Chase Collegiate School. She served on the Board of Trustees from 1954 until her death, and in 1981 was made a Life Trustee. She and her husband, Frederic R. Kellogg ’19, received the Distinguished Alumnae/I Award in 1981.
Mrs. Kellogg’s enthusiasm for the School never waned. She seldom missed a board meeting and, whenever her schedule permitted, attended Alumni Day festivities and other School events. She was especially interested in young people and always found time to engage them in conversation, eager to get to know them and hear their views.
Mrs. Kellogg set the standard to which we all might strive – gracious and caring, warm and friendly, involved in her community and the School, strong in her beliefs yet open to challenge. She is the legacy that is Chase Collegiate School.
Past Visiting Artist Programs
Famed singer, songwriter, and guitarist Dave Nachmanoff,
The Journey of the Voyager - Waterbury Symphony Orchestra
Visual Arts - Gary O’Neill, Rafe Churchill, Marc Chabot ’71, Carey Elizabeth McDougall
Master Dance Class & Seminars on Russian Culture and History - Marsha Ismailoff Mark, artistic director of Ballet Miniature Co. and The Malenkee Ballet Repertoire Co. and Shamil Yagudin, Artistic Director and Ballet Master of the Bolshoi Ballet Company.
Earth Science – Botany & Horticulture
Folk Art & Cultural History –Guy Wolff & Dan Gardella, folk musicians; Craig Farrow, Furniture Maker; Douglas Schlicher, Tinsmith; Jeffrey Tillou, owner of Jeffrey Tillou Antiques; Lee Kogan, Director of the Folk Art Institute at the American Folk Art Museum; and Winfred Rembert, Contemporary Folk Art Painter
The Art of Animation – Joanne and Bruce Hunter
Author, Marne Davis Kellogg
Americans Who Tell the Truth - Author/Painter Robert Shutterly
A Day of Filmmaking and a screening of the documentary film “Niños de la Frontera” (Border Children) With seminars by Susan Shrader , The School of Visual Arts, New York City, NY
Welcome to the Opera! (Lower School), Puccini to Pops (Middle and Upper School) An Evening at the Opera evening performance. Soprano Marissa Famiglietti Apland, baritone Shae Apland, and pianist Michael Ferrari.
SoulSom, is a soul/jazz/pop band based in Dresden, Germany. Our very own Christine Seraphin ’05 is the founder and lead singer of this group. Christine’s career began in New York as a jazz and soul singer/songwriter with influences coming from her Caribbean roots. Her songs are most inspired by her surroundings, her travels, and recent move to Germany.
William Okesson, Head Chef and Owner of John’s Café, Woodbury, CT. A Culinary experience; New England Garden Harvest with Kindergartens, delicious desserts with Middle School students and Advanced Cooking with Upper School Students.