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Transparency. Community. Generosity.


The Remix is a project-based curatorial team established to exhibit the work of underrepresented artists. Founded in 2017 by three former colleagues from Mixed Greens gallery—Heather Bhandari, Courtney Colman, and Steven Sergiovanni—it strives to create and promote new platforms that foster transparency, community, generosity, and the sharing of resources among artists and arts workers alike.

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Heather Bhandari is an independent curator, consultant, and author based in Brooklyn. The second edition of her book, ART/WORK, was published by Simon and Schuster in October 2017. Bhandari is currently an adjunct lecturer at Brown University and the Creative Director of the Art World Conference (a business and financial literacy conference for visual artists). In addition to lecturing and participating in portfolio reviews and panel discussions across the country, she is on the Board of Directors of Visual Arts at Art Omi (Ghent, NY), the advisory boards of Codify Art (Brooklyn), and Trestle Gallery (Brooklyn). From 2000 to 2016 she was a Director of Mixed Greens gallery (New York City). She previously served on the board of NURTUREArt (Brooklyn), and most recently was the Director of Exhibitions at Smack Mellon (Brooklyn). Bhandari received a BA from Brown University and an MFA from Pennsylvania State University. Her career began at contemporary galleries Sonnabend and Lehmann Maupin, both in New York City.

Courtney Colman is an art advisor and curator based in New York City. She is the founder of Colman Art Advisory. In 2015, she was named by the San Francisco Chronicle as being a member of “S.F.’s New Art Guard: 5 Women Curating the City.” From 2005 to 2013 she was the Exhibitions Coordinator of Mixed Greens gallery (New York City). She previously was an adjunct instructor at FIT (New York City), and has served as a portfolio reviewer for RISD, NURTUREArt, and the American Society of Media Photographers. She currently serves on the advisory board of Projex Connect (San Francisco). Colman received a BA in Art History from Wellesley College and an MA in Art Market Practices from FIT. Her career began at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy.

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Natalia Nakazawa (Podcast Guest Host, Batch 3) is an artist, educator, and arts administrator. She is currently the Assistant Director of EFA Studios, a program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, which provides subsidized studio space to over 100 artists in midtown Manhattan. Natalia is a professor at The City College of New York, CUNY. Natalia received her MFA in studio practice from California College of the Arts, a MSEd from Queens College, and a BFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been exhibited at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan (New York, NY), Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY), Museum of Arts and Design (New York, NY), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY), The Noyes Museum of Art (Atlantic City, NJ), Old Stone House (Brooklyn, NY), Project for Empty Space (Newark, NJ), The Space for Public Art (New York, NY), Blackburn 20|20 Gallery (New York, NY), Casa de la Ciudad (Oaxaca, Mexico), Queens Museum of Art (Queens, NY), Topaz Arts Inc. (Queens, NY), and ISE Cultural Foundation (New York, NY). Her career began at a handful of social justice arts organizations including Ground Swell Mural Projects, the Museum of Arts and Design Art Reach program, and Smack Mellon’s Art Ready program.

Steven Sergiovanni (The Remix Co-Founder and Podcast Host, Batch 1 & 2) is an art advisor and curator based in New York City. With over 20 years of experience in the gallery world, Sergiovanni has previously worked at a number of commercial galleries including Charles Cowles, Holly Solomon and Andrea Rosen. Most recently he was Director of Mixed Greens gallery (New York City). Currently, he is a visiting professor at Pratt Institute (Brooklyn). He regularly speaks at institutions such as FIT, NYU, and New York Academy of Art. He was the former Vice President of the Board of Directors for Visual AIDS (New York City). He holds a BA in Art History from Southwestern University (Georgetown, TX) and an MA in Arts Administration from NYU. His career began at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City.