We thank our many funding partners for their generous support, in particular our principal funders - the Clore Duffield Foundation and Arts Council England.
The Clore Duffield Foundation generously supports Clore Leadership to deliver excellence and innovation in the leadership of culture.
Clore Leadership was initiated in 2003 by the Clore Duffield Foundation, and is sustained by a partnership between private philanthropy and public funding.
Clore Leadership has been awarded funding from Arts Council England as part of the Transforming Leadership Fund which runs from 2020-2022.
a-n supports Visual Artist Fellowships.
Art Fund supports Fellowships for regional curators as well as Emerging Futures.
As part of their Fellowship a selection of Clore Fellows undertake academic research focused upon the UK cultural sector supported by the AHRC.
Arts Council Ireland supports the Jerome Hynes Fellowship.
The BBC supports fellowships each year for BBC employees.
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is the founding supporter of the Cultural Governance Alliance and supports the Clore Leadership Governance Programme.
Dancers’ Career Development (DCD) supports Dance Fellowships.
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation generously supports programmes for early career leaders including the Emerging Futures conference and bursaries for our courses.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office supports International Fellowships through its Chevening Scholarships.
The Gatsby Charitable Foundation supports Theatre Fellowships.
Historic England supports places on the Clore Leadership Courses.
The Home Affairs Bureau of the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region through the Hong Kong Arts Development Council supports International Fellowships.
NLHF is a founding supporter of the Cultural Governance Alliance and supports one Fellowship as well as places on our Courses for heritage sector professionals.
The Linbury Trust supports Dance Fellowships.
The National Trust supports Fellowships for members of its staff who are looking to develop their leadership skills.
The Wellcome Trust supports Fellowships and bursaries for our Courses for professionals whose work brings the arts and science together.