Clore Leadership Programme
Clore Leadership Programme
 
 

Programmes

 
 

Types of Fellowships Available in 2017/18

 

You can apply for up to three Fellowships providing you meet the eligibility criteria.

OPEN FELLOWSHIPS supported by Arts Council England

These Fellowships are open to candidates from a wide range of cultural activity who are currently working in England and who have the potential to take on significant leadership roles within the cultural sector in England. The Arts Council England Open Fellowships are supported by the Developing Sector Leaders grant.  

MUSIC EDUCATION HUBS FELLOWSHIP supported by Arts Council England

These Fellowships are open to candidates working within Music Education Hubs in England and who have the potential to take on significant leadership roles within music education hubs. 

DANCE FELLOWSHIP - supported by The Linbury Trust and Dancers' Career Development

The Dance Fellowship is open to anyone who has worked as a dance artist in the UK for a total of at least 5 years, as a dancer.

THEATRE FELLOWSHIPS - supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation
For candidates with the potential to develop as a leader in theatre in the UK. 

WALES FELLOWSHIP supported by Arts Council of Wales

Open to candidates living and working in Wales who intend to develop their career as a cultural leader in Wales. 

CYMRODORIAETH CYMRU a gefnogir gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru

Yn agored i ymgeiswyr sy’n byw ac yn gweithio yng Nghymru sy’n bwriadu datblygu eu gyrfaoedd fel arweinwyr diwylliant yng Nghymru.

CREATIVE SCOTLAND FELLOWSHIP supported by Creative Scotland 

This Fellowship is open to candidates who live and work in Scotland and who are committed to developing their career as a cultural leader in Scotland. 

JEROME HYNES FELLOWSHIP supported by Arts Council of Ireland

This Fellowship is open to candidates who live and work in Ireland and who are committed to developing their career as a cultural leader in Ireland.

ART FUND CURATOR FELLOWSHIP supported by Art Fund

The aim of this Fellowship is to support curators working with public collections and outside of the commercial environment.

This Fellowship prioritises individuals working with/for:
• UK museums/galleries with permanent collections;
• UK museums/galleries which are regional and/or run by local authorities, universities, or have independent Trust status.

Those wishing to apply should be employed by/linked to organisations which are accredited by the Arts Council and/or have charitable status to be eligible.

HERITAGE FELLOWSHIP supported by Heritage Lottery Fund

This Fellowship is open to candidates with the potential to develop as a leader in the heritage sector in the UK.

HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND FELLOWSHIP – supported by Heritage Lottery Fund

This Fellowship is open to employees of the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

VISUAL ARTIST FELLOWSHIP supported by a-n, The Artists Information Company

The Clore Visual Artist Fellowship supported by a-n, The Artists Information Company, is open to professional visual artists in the UK working within fine art, applied art, live arts and moving image, sound and text-based practices, digital and animation, participatory, public and community arts. 

WELLCOME FELLOWSHIP supported by the Wellcome Trust 

The Wellcome Trust Clore Fellowship is for arts and culture professionals from the UK or Ireland who are interested in exploration of health and wellbeing through combining perspectives from the arts, humanities and social and medical sciences. 

CONSORTIUM SUPPORTED FELLOWSHIPS

Applicants for the Consortium-supported Fellowships must be nominated and employed by a consortium member organisation.  For example: to apply for the PERFORMING ARTS CONSORTIUM FELLOWSHIP you must be nominated for that particular Fellowship and be employed by either Southbank Centre, National Theatre or Royal Opera House. 

There may be an internal selection process for the Consortium-supported Fellowships, details of which will be provided by your organisation. 

The successful candidate/s will negotiate directly with their employer the periods of leave required to undertake their Fellowship.  For Consortium-supported Fellowships, the nominating employer supporting the Fellow will continue to pay his or her agreed salary, employer's National Insurance, any agreed pension contribution and other current benefits and entitlements; plus any back-fill costs throughout the course of the Fellowship. 

As with all the Fellowships, applicants must be able to demonstrate eligibility, ambition and meet most or all of the attributes listed in Looking for Leaders section.

 

The Consortium supported Fellowships available in 2017/18 are:

PERFORMING ARTS CONSORTIUM FELLOWSHIP - supported by the Clore Leadership Programme and the Performing Arts Consortium – Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Royal Opera House. In 2017/18 we welcome applications for the Performing Arts Consortium from employees of the National Theatre. 

 

SELF-FUNDED FELLOWSHIP - If you are not eligible for any of the Fellowships above, you may apply for the Self-Funded Fellowship. If you are successful and are offered a place, you would need to have funds available to cover the full costs of your participation in the Programme. If successful, we would contact you to discuss the options in more detail. Self-funded Fellowships (as with all other Fellowships) are assessed on merit and not on your ability to pay.

 

 

 
 

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