Jerome Harris is a graphic designer, educator, and curator. He holds an MFA from Yale University and a BA from Temple University.

As, Not For:
Dethroning Our Absolutes



As, Not For poster



As, Not For is an incomplete historical survey of work created by African-American graphic designers over the last century. The exhibit seeks to question, inspire, activate, and challenge the design community and beyond with the objective of promoting the deep history, design theories and aesthetics of African-Americans.

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Panels & Lectures



Black/Design History, Theory, & Practice Seminar

Princeton University, 2019



Google SPAN Conference

Brooklyn, NY, 2019



Core 77 Conference

Brooklyn, NY, 2019



Black In Design Conference

Harvard University, 2019



Typographics Conference

Cooper Union, 2019



Design Activism, Guest Lecturer

Viginia Commonwealth University, 2018



AIGA Emerge Week, Baltimore

University of Maryland, 2018



As, Not For: The Soundtrack

Design Theory and Practice, Ellen Lupton, MICA, 2018



Incentivizing Responsible Design

Howard University, 2018



Multidiciplinary Practice Panel

Senior Seminar, Sandra Maxa, MICA, 2017


Teaching



Form And Meaning

Rutgers University, 2020


Advanced Design:
Guest Artist

Cooper Union, 2019



Intro To Interactive Design

MICA, 2017—2019



Systems Design +
Conceptual Thinking

MICA, 2018




Intro To Motion Design

MICA, 2017—2018



Intermediate Graphic
Design, Assistant

Yale University, 2015