Cat Miller is a British Book Artist, Designer, Writer, Poet, Events-Curator, Educator and Researcher based in London, with a central theme of Arts and Wellbeing.

‘Sequence’ is a Dementia-friendly Artist’s Book which explores the concept of memory and identity, which has recently been acquired by Special Collections of Artist’s Books at:

  • The British Library
  • The Wellcome Library
  • The Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths University,
  • PAGES Artist’s Book Collective at the Tetley in Leeds and is part of their travelling collection of Artists Books,

Cat also writes occasional articles for the British Library’s ‘Artists Books Now’ events and is published in ‘The Blue Notebook’ and the ‘Book Arts News Letter’.

Cat is also an exhibiting artist and an eco-feminist poet. Previous works have been featured at ‘Late at Tate’,  the ‘The London Eye’ and an  ‘Art on The London Underground’ at Baker Street Tube.

Cat inherited the surname of ‘Catalyst’ in the early 1990’s due to organising a series of Arts and Wellbeing events entitled ‘Catalyst’ in London, Sydney and Brisbane, with the purpose of promoting social fusion and communal cohesion and also to raise awareness of environmental issues through the creative use of recycled materials, which Cat has been doing on and off since 1991.

The dictionary definition of a ‘Catalyst’ is: ‘an agent of change and transformation that does not become changed in the process‘, enabling one to stay true to the muse of inspiration retaining ones authenticity in order to channel through universal truths.

Cat has another blog called i-Poem’s Blog. Click to read more ABOUT ME and MY ART  or say ‘Hi’ via my Contact Me Page.

I would like to extend my grateful thanks to the following : 

Becky Keenan, Carys Kennedy, Chelsea Print, Denise Hawrysio, Dr. Althea Greenan, Eddie Niles, Eleanor Bowen, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Jerry Jenkins, John McDowall, Sophie Loss, Jonathan Kearney, Karen Nixon, Les Bicknell, Lyn Dow, Mel Grant, Rafael MC, Richard Price, Rosie Sherwood, Susan Johanknecht, Tanya Piexoto, The Snowdon Trust, Tony Hayward, Sophie Loss, Stella Klein, Victoria Ahrens, Yvonne Rzadkiewicz, Denise Murdoch,