Mini Bio

Jazmine LeBlanc is a storyteller and a story sharer who works to amplify voices in her community. She believes that everyone needs to be able to see themselves in stories. "Stories, like people, take different forms —how we present ourselves and perceive other people through our worlds shapes our reality." Jazmine does this daily as the Executive Director of ELLA Library, a community-based art and culture non-profit organization in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Jazmine LeBlanc CV

Public Art

2019 - The Sound of Clean, Film and Fabrication


2023 DYN School Asphalt Mural

2023 Family Togetherness, Mural

2022 Mill Town, Mural

2021 El Aguila, Mural

2021 Welcome, Mural

Community Engagements

2023 - Design Your Neighborhood, Chattanooga Design Studio

2021 - East Lake Asphalt Art Engagement, Trust for Public Land

2021 - Planning by Doing, Glass House Collective

2019 - East Lake Public Art Engagement, Public Art Chattanooga


2020 - “Jealousy” American Diversity Report

2020 - Reflections on Generosity and Thanks, ELLA

2019 - And Then, ELLA


2023 - Un Nuevo Pasado, Producer

2023 - How to Sue the Klan, co-Producer

2021 - Bigger Than Me, Producer

2019 - The Sound of Clean, Executive Producer

Other Exhibits

2022 - Stoveworks RedDot

2022 - “Automatic Classic”


2023 - From Paper to Pavement: Reclaiming Streets Using Asphalt Art, IDA Chicago

2023 - The Decatur Arts Festival

2021 - Planning by Doing, Glass House Collective

2021 - Building a Healthy Community through Art, Equity in the Arts Conference

2020 - Placemaking Panel, Project for Public Spaces

2019 - Harnessing transiency, Project for Public Spaces

2019 - Art in Community, University of Tennessee Chattanooga