Amalia Galdona Broche was born in Santa Clara, Cuba. She graduated from Jacksonville University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History. She currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida and has worked as a Curatorial Intern in the Cummer Museum of Arts and Gardens in Jacksonville, Florida, as well as the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy. Her thesis work, A Search for Identity: Revival of Cuban Art and Architecture, obtained support from a Jacksonville University Research Grant and was presented in the 2016 National Conference of Undergraduate Research in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has also exhibited at the Wilson Center, the Alexander Brest Gallery and participated in the 2015 New York Academy of Arts Summer Residency. She is presently completing a series of sculptures that explore texture and alternative photographic processes on mixed media materials.