Ashley Page is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Portland, ME. She holds a BFA in Sculpture and a minor in Public Engagement from Maine College of Art & Design, where she was a Warren Public Engagement Fellow and received the Heart and Soul Student Award from Maine Campus Compact. Her work explores the vulnerability, grace, and complexities of the Black experience, as she uses her practice as a vessel for representation and visibility. While her more recent work is based in sculpture, she considers printmaking to be her first love. Page is presently the Studio and Programs Manager at Indigo Arts Alliance, where she works within the intersection of art and activism. Her curatorial and studio practice has been seen in the Center for Afrofuturist Studies, The Abyssinian Meeting House, The Portland Museum of Art, Congress Square Park, Able Baker Contemporary, New Systems Exhibitions, and more.