Fellowships overview

We are currently reviewing and refreshing the Clore Leadership programmes, combining our experience with innovation to meet the needs of 21st century leaders in the arts and culture sectors. As such we will not be taking applications for the Clore Fellowship Programme this autumn. To find out when applications open, please sign up to our mailing list

And if you want to keep leadership learning a priority, do check out our Leadership Perspectives which explore contemporary issues and debates from a range of angles.

Structure of the Fellowship
Two Residential Courses
A range of leadership perspectives and experiential learning at two fortnight-long courses in September/October and June
A secondment in the UK in a cultural organisation, usually very different to your normal workplace or practice.
Training & Skills
Skills-based non-residential group workshops and individually selected conferences, courses, and one-to-one training.
Coaching & Mentoring
A Coach and Mentor will support your overall leadership development.
Study Visits
Individually selected learning through study visits and meetings with cultural leaders.
The opportunity to apply for an extended period of research supervised by a University in the UK.
360° Leadership profile
360 degree profile of your leadership skills to highlight any areas of focus for your development.