Chelcey Berryhill Class of 2008
Chelcey studied art in Cortona, Italy, during the summer of 2006, and during the summer of 2007, she interned with the International Fine Arts Conservation Studio restoring the exterior decorative faux finish on the 1918 mansion El Jardin. Immediately after graduating from Wesleyan with a double major in art history and studio art, Chelcey moved to Manhattan and began graduate study at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in the American Fine and Decorative Arts master’s program. Today Chelcey is the Special Events and Board Coordinator at Brooklyn Historical Society in New York. Her projects are centered around advocating architecture and fine arts as a way to better a community.