About Francesca Flowers


Francesca Flowers is a curator and new music promoter.  She was born and raised in London and studied music at City University in London.

As well as working as a researcher for Wall to Wall Television and on Omnibus at the BBC, she has worked on several new music events in London including those during her role as Manager of The New London Children’s Choir, which involved commissioning new pieces from Tansy Davies, Richard Causton, Morgan Hayes and John Woolrich.

Francesca is a member of Resort Studios in Margate (www.resort.studios.co.uk). She has recently curated several exhibitions: a Haiku exhibition: ‘No Particular Order’ in 2013 and ‘Wash’: watercolour in contemporary art with Charles Williams in November 2014, also in the same year ‘Going Concern’ as part of the Whitstable Biennale Satellite Programme. Also in 2013: Francesca collaborated with Emrys Plant in a sound/video installation, ‘It’s Safe Under Here’ for Canterbury Christ Church’s School of Media, Art & Design staff exhibition ‘The Collected’; she collaborated with Steve Ibb on a photography and sound project ‘Atmosphere: through air and water’ at The Old Lookout in Broadstairs.