Annmarie Suglio is an interdisciplinary visual artist and educator. Formally living in Cleveland, Ohio and currently living in Madison, Wisconsin, she is a Master of Fine Art candidate in Photography at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She holds two Bachelor of Fine Art degrees in Fiber + Material Studies and Sculpture from the Cleveland Institute of Art. Her research is rooted in investigating the past in respects to her Italian lineage. The work utilizes photography, textiles, papermaking, and printmaking to address the themes of identity and culture.
She has recently exhibited work with Filter Photo, Woman Made Gallery, Waterloo Arts, and Toula Gallery. Suglio was formally Gallery Director of Praxis Fiber Workshop, Assistant Director of Admissions for the Cleveland Institute of Art, and Administrative Assistant for FRONT International: Cleveland’s first art triennial. As an educator, she teaches beginner and intermediate digital photography and fiber processes such as weaving, spinning, and dyeing textiles. She is currently Instructor-on-Record for the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Photo by: Amber Ford, 2019