Carrie Miller has been an independent writer, researcher and occasional curator for twenty years. She lives in Wollongong and she likes it.
In addition to writing about contemporary art, Carrie has been a contributor to and columnist for mainstream Australian publications including New Matilda, The Punch, and the Spectator Australia.
Recent, large-scale curatorial projects include Transmission, co-curated with Dr Matthew Hindson, at Campbelltown Arts Centre (2012), Doing Time at Verge Gallery, Sydney (2015) and Exhibit A at The Lock Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle (2015).
She has recently become a peer support worker in the Mental Health sector and is now involved in the Hearing Voices Network. Carrie is also in the process of procuring an official furry companion to assist her with life’s ups and downs through Mind Dog Australia. Woof!