Born in Salt Lake City, Anthony Siciliano has worked as a professional artist and educator for twenty-five years. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography from Weber State University and with a Master of Fine Arts degree in photography from Arizona State University. He is currently the Associate Vice President of General Education, First Year Experience - Students in Transition, Special Programs, and Education Programs at Southern New Hampshire University Global Campus. He has taught photography and digital media at Arizona State University, Weber State University, Westminister College, and Salt Lake Community College.
Mr. Siciliano has participated in several national, group, and solo shows including: 96th Annual Spring Salon, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, UT, 2020; 300 Plates, VSA Arts of Utah, Art Access Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT. 2003 - 2020; enLIGHTened: Work by Arizona State University Photo Alumni Association, Central Michigan University Art Gallery; Mt. Pleasant, MI, 2016; Forgotten Angels, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, UT, 2016; Recovering the Classics, Salt Lake City Downtown Public Library, Salt Lake City, UT 2016; Strangers in a Strange Land, Mod-a-Go-Go Art Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT 2016; Utah 2013: Mixed Media and Works on Paper at the Rio Grande Gallery in Salt Lake City, UT; The Golden Age, a 2010 solo show at VSA Arts of Utah, Art Access Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT; He has also been published in several national publications including Studio Visit Magazine, Spring 2013; Where Magazine; Utah Homes and Garden Magazine; Utah Art, Utah Artists; Photo Education; The Catalyst Magazine; The Arizona Republic, and Dance Magazine among others.
Mr. Siciliano has received several awards and honors including the Utah Arts Festival Board of Director's Award of Merit. He has also received Purchase Awards from the Utah Arts Council photography competitions, and in 2000, he was awarded a traveling exhibition award from this same show. In 1999, he was a recipient of a grant from the NOVOCOM Corporation for his work in digital media.
He is a member of Salt Lake City's Downtown Artist Collective and also has artwork in many private and public collections including the Utah Museum of Fine Arts permanent collection and the Arizona State University Northlight Gallery collection.