Carrie Miller is a freelance writer and occasional curator who has been contributing to Art Collector for 15 years. She has been an opinion columnist for national publications such as The Punch, New Matilda, and The Spectator Australia and her curatorial projects include Transmission at Campbelltown Arts Centre and Exhibit A at The Lock Up, Newcastle.
Miller also works as a lived experience advocate for various mental health and suicide prevention reform initiatives both nationally and in the Illawarra Shoalhaven region where she lives. In 2021 she will curate There’s a crack in everything, a group exhibition that pairs contemporary artists with people with a lived experience of trauma in order to explore the possibilities of creativity for recovery.
She holds a BA (Fine Arts and Philosophy) and a First Class Honours degree in Philosophy from the University of Sydney.