Jason Harris

Jason Harris, founder and facilitator of the BlkRobot Project, spent 20 years working as an IT professional, and the past 17 years building a visionary practice as a writer, futurist and artist in Baltimore City, fearlessly diving into a diverse range of projects.

In 2003, he co-founded the Baltimore based study group of the International Capoeira Angola Foundation, a cultural arts group that teaches and propagates the martial art Capoeira Angola.

Jason is a writer whose work has appeared in Black Enterprise magazine, Catalyst Literary journal, BmoreArt.com and various online publications. He self-published the speculative fiction anthology entitled, “Redlines: Baltimore 2028′′ in 2012, and is a Kimbilio Fiction Fellow.

For five years, Jason served as the director of creative services for the Living Well Center in Baltimore, where he curated and managed projects centered around community arts, diaspora arts, and alternative education projects.

Jason collaborated with The MotherShip squad, which mounted the critically acclaimed anchor project at Artscape 2016 entitled, “The MotherShip Connection”. He has taught or facilitated at Goucher College, University of Baltimore and the University of the Bahamas.