Frank Galuszka was born in New York. He received his BFA and MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University and also studied at Syracuse University. In 1969, he received a Fulbright to study in Romania. While living in Philadelphia, Galuszka served on the Philadelphia Art Commission and was chair of the Public Art Council. In 1994, he was an Artist-in-Residence at Brandywine Workshop and Archives.
He has had exhibitions in institutions around the world including the Galleries at Moore in Philadelphia, the Museum of American History in Santa Cruz, California; the Roswell Museum and Art Center in New Mexico, Levy Gallery at Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, Revolution Gallery in Detroit, Michigan; the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, New England College of Art, Ca' Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art in Venice, Italy; the Drawing Center in New York, Galleria Primo in Rome and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His work is in the collections including La Salle University, Aramark, DuPont, Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia, and Comitetul de Stat Pentru Cultură şi Artă in Bucharest, Hungary. Galuszka is a professor in the Department of Visual Arts at The University of California at Santa Cruz.