Jonna McKone (’15) is a producer on "All Light, Everywhere" which premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. The film was awarded a Sundance Special Jury Award in Non-Fiction Experimentation. Jonna has also recently received a grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation as well as a fellowship at VisArts, and will have works on view at the Power Plant Gallery in September 2021. read more about Film by Jonna McKone ('15) Wins Sundance Special Jury Award »
A Time of Youth: San Francisco 1966-1967, a new book of William Gedney photographs, was published in February of this year. Lisa McCarty (’13) edited the volume, and contributed the introduction, chronology, and afterword; Philip Gefter contributed the essay, Bill Gedney: A Time of Youth.
We are proud and pleased to share here a conversation between Duke MFA|EDA alumnae, as photographer and Rubenstein Library Archive of Documentary Arts curatorial assistant Cassandra Klos (’20) interviews Lisa McCarty… read more about A Time of Youth: Lisa McCarty (’13) and Cassandra Klos (’20) »
Deaf and blind nature and preservation photographer Matthew Cicanese is a National Geographic Explorer, associate fellow at the International League of Conservation Photographers and works with Canon USA. His first solo exhibit was at the Tampa International Airport. With his photo intern he’s founded a small agency that offers media production, brand strategy and consulting services for other photographers.
https://www.forbes.com/30-under-30/2021/art-style/ read more about Matt Cicanese ('15) named to Forbes "30 Under 30" in the Arts »