EXHIBITIONS

  • “Casita Garcia”, Houston, Texas, invited to be included in the Rice Design Alliance Tour of Homes, April 3, 2011.  “The tour, "Houses of Import", will feature homes designed by architects from outside the Houston region.”

  • “Learning from New Orleans:  Visions for the Lower Ninth Ward,” accepted to the ACSA Annual Meeting, March 4-7, 2010. (In collaboration with Rafael Longoria and the University of Houston and Francesco Rodriguez and the University of Puerto Rico).

 

  • " Art(ifice) and Nature," ACSA Southeast Regional 2009, Architecture is a Thing of Art. This design proposal for the extension, renovation, and restoration of the Stockholm Library continues the melodrama set up between the original building and the garden within which it resides. W. Jude Leblanc, in association with Ryan Crooks and  Frances Hsu.

 

  • “Ellis House”, 2005 Atlanta AIA Works in Progress Exhibition, Museum of Design, Atlanta, Georgia, three-week duration, jurors include Leon Eplan, David Webb, William Carpenter FAIA, opening March 3, 2005. [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

 

  • “Objects of Architecture, Faculty Exhibition”, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Feb 6-March 18, 2004, Atlanta, GA.

 

  •  “Incremental Urbanism”, in association with Michael Gamble, group exhibition, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture 92nd National Convention, March 16-21, Miami, Florida, Spring, 2003.

 

  •  “Toward a Healthy City”, in association with Michael Gamble, group exhibition, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture 91st National Convention, March 16-21, Miami, Florida, Spring, 2004.

 

  • "I 10- The Gulf Coast States--Architectural Research and Speculation", an exhibition of selected architectural work at the Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery, October 2000, Princeton, New Jersey.

 

  • "Baton Rouge Cimetière”, group exhibition at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture National Convention, Los Angeles, CA, 2000, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

 

  • "A New House in Iceland--Jensdottir Residence", in association with Gerdur Sigfusson, group exhibition at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture National Convention, Los Angeles, CA, in association with Gerdur Sigfusson, 2000.

 

  •  “I-10 The Gulf Coast States: Architectural Speculation and Research”, Nexus Center for Contemporary Art, December 17 1999-January 22, 2000, Atlanta, GA, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

  • 1999 Unbuilt Architecture Awards, “Jensdottir Residence”, in association with Gerdur Sigfusson, at Build Boston, World Trade Convention Center, Boston, MA.

 

  • 1999 Progressive Architecture Awards Winners/Symposium and Exhibition, “Two Scupper Houses, or The Shotgun and Dogtrot House Revisited”, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, School of Architecture, November-December, Troy, NY, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

 

  •  “Interventions on the Third Coast--Sixth Installation of I-10 The Gulf Coast States: Architectural Speculation and Research”, Syracuse University, January-February 1999, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

 

  •  “Fifth Installation of I 10 The Gulf Coast States: Architectural Speculation and Research”, Yale University, School of Architecture, Front Gallery, New Haven, CT, September 28-October 23, 1998, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

 

  • "Two Scupper Houses, or The Shotgun and Dogtrot Revisited--Fourth Installation of I-10 The Gulf Coast States", 1997, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

            -Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture National Convention in Cleveland, 1998.

            -Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Currents Exhibition, Cambridge, MA, May 1997.

            -Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island, October 1997.

            -Build Boston, World Trade Center, Boston MA, November.

 

  • “Houses and Housing--Third Installation of I-10 The Gulf Coast Coast States”, University of Tennessee, School of Architecture, Knoxville, TN, January 1997, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

 

  • "Scales of Intervention--Second Installation of I-10 The Gulf Coast States ", University of Virginia, School of Architecture, Campbell Hall, Charlottesville, Virginia, February 1996, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].

           

  • "Retrospection-Baccio Bandinelli and the Choir of Florence Cathedral", an exhibition of student work, in association with Professors Christine Smith and George Liaropoulos-Legendre, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, 1996.

                                   

  • "Three Housing Proposals--First Installation of I-10 The Gulf Coast States", Currents Exhibition, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Ma, December 1, 1995-January 12. 1996, [in association with Brian D. Andrews, (Andrews and LeBlanc)].   

 

  • "Fifty from Fifty", exhibition and catalog, the objective of which is "to recognize 50 University of Houston graduates over the past 50 years that have maintained the College's commitment to excellence…" The University of Houston, School of Architecture, Houston, TX, October 1995.

 

  • Unbuilt Boston, "Gulfgate Housing, Highway/Wall Housing", in association with Brian D. Andrews, was selected for exhibition at the BSA-sponsored Build Boston, World Trade Center, Boston MA, November 1995. 

                       

  • "Projects, Things, and Pictures", selected work, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, Boston, MA, December 14-January 8, 1993. 

 

  • "SCI-Arch International Architectural Exhibition and Sale”, Giant Chess Set, drawing, Southern California Institute of Architecture, September 1993.  Collection of works from a list of international architects. 

 

  • Giant Chess Set for Children

             -"The Toy and Game Show", playthings made by artists, Target Gallery, Torpedo Factory Artists'                                         Association, Richmond, VA, December 6-January 31, 1993. 

             -Boston Society of Architects/AIA & the GAMES Project, opening on the occasion of the 1992 AIA Convention,               South Station, Boston, MA, 1992.  (Local audience)

                       

  • "Design Explorations: 2001, Metropolis/Parsons School of Design Furnishing Competition", an exhibition of prototypes, in association with Starling Keene, October 3-31, Parson’s School of Design, New York, NY, 1991, and traveled to:

             -International Furniture Fair, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY, 1991.

             -Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CA 1991.  (International audience)

 

  • "Ellen Dunham-Jones and W. Jude LeBlanc: Recent Projects", October 1991, University of  Virginia, School of Architecture, Charlottesville, VA, 1991. 

 

  • "W. Jude LeBlanc - Architecture, Paintings", selected projects, buildings, and paintings, Jan.18-Feb. 10, 1991, University of Virginia, School of Architecture, Charlottesville, VA, 1991. 

           

  • "Bearings II, An Exhibition of Faculty Architecture in North America", W. Jude LeBlanc Architect, selected works, Jan. 15-Feb. 8, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, 1991. 

           

  • "Bearings II, An Exhibition of Faculty Architecture in North America", Dunham-Jones and LeBlanc Architects, selected works, Jan. 15-Feb. 8, Parsons School of Design, New York,  NY, 1991.

 

  • "Being There”, projects made in association with Sophia Gruzdys, January, Kent State University, School of Architecture, Kent, OH, 1991. 

 

  • "National Design Competition Memorial to Women in Military Service for America", Dunham-Jones and LeBlanc Architects, Honorable Mention, 1989.

            -Competitions x 3, traveling exhibit curated by the National Building Museum, Over 15 venues                                           including National Institute for Architectural Education, U. Of Houston, Penn State, California                                            Polytechnic State U., U. of Tennessee, Howard U.and Savannah College of Art and Design, (1990-1992)

  

  • "City Altars", group show, painting, Ten on Eight Gallery, organized by Mark Robbins, New York, NY, Dec. 11, 1983-Jan. 7, 1984. 

 

  • "Second Annual Exhibit of Works on Paper by New Graduates of Schools of Architecture", drawings, Bonnafont Gallery, San Francisco, CA., 1981. 

 

  •  “Faculty, Staff, Student Art Exhibition”, drawings, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, 1982.

 

  • "University of Houston Art Student Exhibition", sculpture, University of Houston, Houston, TX, 1980.