Heather Harmon works with artists, galleries and museums on strategy, capital campaigns, long-term planning and problem solving. In addition to her support of gallerist Ales Ortuzar and Ortuzar Projects, she works with clients in sourcing artworks for commercial and residential purposes. Recently she served as Director of the Nevada Museum of Art, Las Vegas helping lead the effort to establish an art museum in Southern Nevada. Previously she worked as director of Regen Projects, Los Angeles before joining the firm KCM Fine Arts to build and manage Art Projects Ibiza and execute large-scale projects for the Lune Rouge Foundation. She also served as Director of Development for Artists Space in New York, heading the fundraising effort for the non-profit’s strategic planning and building campaign. Since 2008, Harmon has been building a museological private collection representing the most powerful female, social and political voices throughout the 21c. She serves on the board of the Black Mountain Institute and is a member of Nevada Women’s Philanthropy. With over 20+ years of experience in the field of contemporary art, her encyclopedic knowledge and passion drive every endeavor.