Applications for the 2018/19 Clore Fellowships are now CLOSED.
For full information download The Complete Guide to the Clore Fellowships 2018 or browse the Fellowship pages on the left.
Watch this short film from 2016/17 Clore Fellows' Graduation:
The Clore Fellowship is a unique programme of cultural leadership development that seeks to enrich and transform cultural practice and engagement.
Each year, we award places to around 25 exceptional leaders from a range of specialisms across the cultural sector including the visual and performing arts, film and digital media, museums, libraries, archives and heritage, cultural policy and practice.
We provide a number of core activities and a loose framework to support your individual development as a cultural leader over a period of around 7 months.
The Fellowship is self-guided so you’ll need to be highly motivated and deeply curious. It is primarily experiential, underpinned by contemporary leadership theories. You’ll learn from the experiences of guest speakers and your peers, and gain insights about yourself from practical workshops and through your secondment, mentoring and coaching. You’ll extend your knowledge and understanding of the wider cultural sector through dialogue, inquiry, study visits, conferences and meetings, and increase your skills and acumen through courses and individual training as part of your unique development plan.
Clore Fellows come primarily from the UK and each year we offer a number of International Fellowships to exceptional individuals from prioritised countries outside of the UK including Brazil, China, Egypt, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Jordan, Mexico and South Africa. You can read more about our International Fellowships here.
The exact programming and topics covered change from year to year. Click here for some of the content areas we tend to cover.