Morgan Page is an interdisciplinary artist that works primarily in photography, video, and sound. In her work, she creates environments that allow for shared experiences that intend to spark a progressive dialog amongst her audience. Her current body of work focuses on guns as cultural artifacts and weapons in historical and personal narratives. At Elsewhere, she is concentrating on Greensboro’s rich history of activism that has made for positive social change by inviting community members and activists into Elsewhere to provide testimony of their experiences in an effort to create a space that celebrates that history at the museum. She received her MFA from Rutgers University in New Jersey and her BFA from the University of Houston in Texas. Her work has been shown and collected nationally.