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Archivist | Author | Publisher | Jason Harris | Futurist | Educator | Filmmaker

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2018 Blue Flamingo Literary Festival, Instructor, Panelist Nassau, Bahamas

2015, 2017 Kimbilio Fiction Fellow, Southern Methodist University

2015 Baltimore Book Festival, Moderator, “Future, Charming? Baltimore City as a template for

2014 Yale Writer’s Conference (Speculative Fiction with John Crowley)


Spring 2019
Upside Out (novel)
Author and Publisher, Redlines Publishing

Winter 2018
The Forest of Doubts and Intrigues (Teleplay novel) by Mathenge Gichohi
Publisher, Redlines Publishing
December 2016
“Michelle Obama, Green Party Candidate”
Free Black Space Blog

December 2016
“The New Day Again”

July 2016
“The MotherShip Connection”, Anchor exhibit, Co-Curator/Creator Artscape 2016, Baltimore, MD

October 2015 - January 2016
“Unveiling Visions: The Alchemy of Black Imagination”, Schomburg Center for Research in Black
Culture, Contributor, New York Public Library, New York, NY
Archivist | Author | Publisher | Jason Harris | Futurist | Educator | Filmmaker

October 2015
APB (Artists against Police Brutality Anthology) (Contributor)
Rosarium Publishing

September 2012
REDLINES: Baltimore 2028 (Publisher, Editor, and Contributor to Anthology)
Redlines Publishing


Spring 2018, Founder and Instructor, “SoulBot Saturday Design Squad”, Baltimore, MD

Spring 2018, Instructor, “Nassau in 2050: Flash Fiction class for youth”, Blue Flamingo Literary Festival,
Nassau, Bahamas

Spring 2018, Instructor, “Afro-Reganics” and “Future Cities Jr.”, Free Up Home School Collective,
Baltimore, MD

Fall 2017, Instructor, “The Science of Black Sound”, Free Up Home School Collective, Baltimore, MD

Spring 2017, Guest Artist/Co-Teacher, “Future Cities: Speculations, Countermappings, and Narratives
of Possibility”, Goucher College, Towson, MD

Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Guest Instructor, “HSEM 450: “Human Services Management”,
University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

04/2013 - 01/2017, Director of Creative Services, The Living Well, Baltimore, MD
- in charge of organizing and running audio for concerts as well as recording and producing video
content for The Living Well's marketing efforts
- organized classes and cultural content for The Living Well

09/2007-11/2007 One World Cultural Arts Society, Baltimore, MD
- led children’s Capoeira workshops

10/2002-08/2007 International Capoeira Angola Foundation, Baltimore, MD
- co-founded Baltimore study group, built and edited group websites, created curriculum material
- led movement and music classes, assisted group leader with administrative functions
Archivist | Author | Publisher | Jason Harris | Futurist | Educator | Filmmaker

“Mind, Moves and Magic”, November 2017,

“The Story of Sweet & Dried”, November 2017,

“Christina McCleary: 'The Work'”, February 2017,

“MotherShip : MotherVerse”, July 2016,

“Nsoroma Academy”, Fall 2015,

“The Living Well 'Healing Circle' series featuring Maria Broom”, May 2015,


'Viva Brasil', February 2007, February 2008, February 2012, February 2015 - 2017 (Samba Trovao)

‘Baltimore Book Festival’, September 2009, September 2014 (with Mambo Combo)

‘Funky Formal’ Big Fun Gallery, Baltimore, MD April 2011, October 2011, (Timba Cartel)

'New Year’s Eve', Red Maple, December 2007 (Samba Trovao)

‘Patterson Park Lantern Festival’, October 2005-07 (Samba Trovao)


 “Second Meeting of Mayor’s Task Force Covers Artists’ Spatial Needs, Zoning Remedies and
Financing” (Baltimore Fishbowl, January 25th, 2017)

 Afrofuturist Writer Transfers Work into Film: Interview with Jason Harris about "MotherShip:
MotherVerse" Black Speculative Arts Digital Archive,

 Artscape Preview, “The Mothership Connection” (Baltimore City Paper, p. 30, July 30th ,
2016) story.html
Archivist | Author | Publisher | Jason Harris | Futurist | Educator | Filmmaker

• Interview– Peaceful Protests Take Over Intersection After Riots (Huffington Post, April 28th,

• Interview– “The Scroll” , Contemporary Museum of Baltimore, p.7
(The Scroll Edition #1, 2014)

• The Extra-Large Baltimore Lit Parade for December: John Barth, Stephen Dixon, Justin Sirois,
Jen Michalski, and More Greats (Baltimore Fishbowl, December 2012)

• Dance Fight Revolution: A Brazilian martial art/Art form comes to Baltimore
(Baltimore City Paper, February 5th, 2003)