Brianna Gluszak received a bachelor's in fine arts with distinction in glass from The Alberta University for the Arts (formerly The Alberta College of Art and Design) in 2016 and a master's in fine arts from The Ohio State University in 2022. Gluszak has studied and worked at Pilchuck Glass School, The Corning Museum of Glass, The Museum of Glass in Tacoma, and STAR Works Center for Creative Enterprise. She has traveled internationally to participate in residencies at The Royal Danish Academy of Architecture, Design, and Conservation in Nexø, Denmark, Northland's Creative Glass in Lybster, Scot; and, and Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Canada.
Her work utilizes various playful motifs, gendered forms, materials, and captivating colour schemes. Often exploiting the hard-edged masculine architecture and the phallus form to transform the assumed gender of an object or space through the transition and translation of colour. Blurring the distinctions created between the ideals of feminine or masculine through glassmaking, textiles, and installation.