Bartek Remisko is an independent cultural worker whose interests lie in Visual Arts, Multiculturalism, Ecology & Sustainability and Polish-Jewish relations. He is Artistic Director of Kosciuszko Projects, a new initiative founded by The Kosciuszko Foundation, that presents prominent Polish artists to audiences in New York City. On October 11, Kosciuszko Projects opens its inaugural show The Many Faces of Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980), curated by Remisko. Remisko has served as grant reviewer and project evaluator for the Rubin Foundation in their Art and Social Justice grant program, and recently for the Queens Council on the Arts. He is part of Green Point Projects, an independent space presenting Polish modern and contemporary art in NYC and co-founder of Beach64retreat in The Rockaway, Queens, NY, a grass-roots micro-initiative meant to support creative individuals in the times of the rising precarity in the arts and culture. As an RU consultant, Remisko offers strategic advice for developing new partnerships and also co-organizes public events within the framework of Beach64 retreat.