The Clore Fellowship is a programme of tailored
leadership development for a cohort of exceptional leaders in the cultural
Each year the programme awards around 24 Fellowships
to leaders in areas such as the visual and performing arts, museums, libraries,
archives and heritage, film and digital media, and cultural policy and
The Fellowship Programme is for leaders with ambition
and vision who can show how they might take their leadership to the next level.
The programme is learned through experience, not taught, and is grounded in
contemporary leadership theories and approaches. #MakeYourDifference
The closing date for stage 1 of applications is 12
noon, Thursday 8 February 2024.
The Fellowship Programme is supported by a
range of funding partners, and there are a number of Fellowship’s for applicants
to apply for, including:
Jerome Hynes Fellowship supported by
the Arts Council
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.
Clore Leadership will be hosting Q&A sessions on Zoom, where they'll share more information on these Fellowships and you'll
also have the opportunity to put your questions to the team and some of the
Places are limited so please register your interest
Date: Friday 2nd
February 2-3pm for all applicants interested in Jerome
Hynes Fellowship supported by the Arts Council. This session will be recorded.
out more information and sign up to the Q&As
There is also other comprehensive information about
in this guide. If after consulting the guide you would
like a conversation with a member of the Programmes team, please email email@example.com
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