Jonna 's profile

Jonna McKone is an artist, filmmaker, and photographer.  Her work spans video and film, documentary, archives, abstraction and long-term collaborations to explore personal and collective histories, land and memory, and overlooked histories. 

Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums including recent shows: first last light at Full Circle Gallery in Baltimore, MD; Slow Drift at VisArts in Rockville, MD, and Notes from Home at Powerplant Gallery in Durham, NC (a collaborative project made through a Center for Documentary Studies Fellowship). Her work as an artist and filmmaker has received support from The Maryland State Arts Council, the Andy Warhol Foundation, The Baker Awards for film and video, the Rubys Artist Project grant and the Puffin Foundation. She has been a Flaherty Film Seminar Fellow as well as an artist in residence at Monson Arts’ Abbot-Watts Photography Residency, Platteforum, Full Circle Fine Art’s Analog Photography Residency, and Skidmore’s Storytellers Institute.

Her first feature film as a producer, All Light, Everywhere (directed by Theo Anthony), premiered in Sundance’s U.S. Documentary Competition in 2021 where it won a Special Jury Award for Experimentation in Nonfiction.

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