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Jerome Harris

Jerome Harris

Jerome Harris is a graphic designer from New Haven, Connecticut. His independent practice is focused on social change, working with clients in the arts, culture, politics, and for LGTBQ organizations who are taking responsibility for making a difference in their communities. Jerome designed the identity for the Black Pulp! exhibition, which examines evolving perspectives of Black identity in American culture and history from 1912 to 2016, curated by William Villalongo and Mark Gibson. The exhibition is currently on tour, having been shown in New Haven, New York, Tampa, and Philadelphia. Jerome has also worked with multidisciplinary artist Brendan Fernandes on his exhibition Steady Pulse, which responded to the Pulse Nightclub shooting, and examined the surveillance of and violence against queer bodies of color. The Institute of Contemporary art tapped Jerome to create the branding for their annual free public event Free For All in 2017. He was also a guest critic for the Emerging Professionals Workshop held by the AIGA Connecticut Chapter, reviewing graduate and undergraduate graphic design students' portfolios. Fellow MICA Graphic Design faculty member Sandra Maxa invited Jerome to speak about his multi-disciplinary practice, working as both a choreographer and designer, to her Design Theory and Practice class with. Most recently Howard University invited him to speak on their Incentivizing Responsible Design panel. He holds an MFA in graphic design from Yale University and a BA from Temple University.


This page was last updated on 05/17/2018.