Ashleigh Musk is a Brisbane-based dance artist, creator, producer and community arts facilitator. After graduating from QUT with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) in 2012, Ashleigh moved to Europe and completed a Postgraduate Diploma of Contemporary Dance at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (UK) in 2013 and a Postgraduate in Production and Cultural Event Management at the University of Barcelona (Spain) in 2016.

In 2013, Ashleigh co-founded AGITART: Figueres es mou (Spain), a cultural project consisting of an internationally-recognized annual festival, audience engagement projects, a touring dance company, theatre programming and collaborations with international partners. Alongside her work in arts management, Ashleigh has also worked as a performer with international companies and choreographers including Grace Euna Kim (BCN), Jamaal Burkmaar Dance for the Matthew Bourne New Adventures Choreographer Award Showcase, Denada Dance Theatre (Spain/UK), James Wilton Dance, Ben Wright and Frauke Requardt (UK). She has choreographed for and performed in festivals throughout the world, including the Guandong Modern Dance Festival (China), 2High Arts Festival (Australia), Sismógraf (Spain), Swallowsfeet (UK) and Ripollesdansa (Spain).

Returning to Brisbane in 2018, Ashleigh is currently working as a performer and community facilitator with GUTS Dance - Central Australia (Alice Springs) and Liesel Zink (Brisbane), as Program Manager with Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance and creating her own projects.