- Steady Pulse by Brendan FernandesIn response to the Pulse Nightclul shooting in Orlando, Brendan Fernandes has been actively creating a body of multidiciplinary work, for which Jerome Harris has created the graphic design work for. Fernandes' work is centered around violence to queer people of color and has existed through dance performances, visual art exhibitions, installations, and panel discussions.
- @32counts: A Choreographic Practice on InstagramDetached from his various dance communities for which he often choreographed as dance instructor or as a member of a crew, he maintains a decentralized relationship with old and new dancers via @32counts. Each piece is 8 bars of music, or 32 counts in dance language. All of the teaching, rehearsing, and recording usually happens within an hour. Instagram: @32counts
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Projects credited in
- Championing Diversity: This Black History Month 2018, meet 100 creatives inspiring changeThis Black History Month 2018, we’ve brought together a group of outstanding industry heroes to each nominate 10 black changemakers and creators that are shaping culture, arts, design, business, tech and beyond. We still have a way to go when it comes to conquering the lack of diversity in the creative industry - which is why it so important for us, as a platform, to use our force for good. To do so, throughout the year we spotlight incredible people, the projects that they are involved with141
Independent PracticeJerome Harris
Baltimore, United StatesFreelance
Ongoing self-initiated and client-based graphic design work, focusing mostly on arts, culture, social impact, as well as experimental and responsible design work.
Full-Time FacultyThe Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, United StatesFull Time
Jerome Harris teaches a full-time course load, as well as conducts design research on African-American in the industry active between 1865 and 2018.
- Digital Design
- Graphic Design
- Branding Design
- Dance Choreography
- Motion Design
- Web Design