Are you an exceptional arts and culture leader with the potential and desire to drive significant change? Are you passionate about building an innovative and resilient cultural sector? Are you committed to developing as a leader in Scotland?
The Clore Fellowship is a unique programme of cultural leadership development that seeks to enrich and transform cultural practice and engagement. It brings together some of the most creative and dynamic cultural leaders in the UK and beyond for a life-changing adventure – it is a professional and personal learning experience unlike any other. The Fellowship will support you to be the leader you have the potential to be, through in-depth learning tailored to your individual needs, aspirations and circumstances.
What previous fellows say:
“At a critical time it gave me the required authentic conviction and confidence that I needed to hone my decision making, communication and strategic planning. Only by taking the time to reflect was I able to understand what mattered to me and navigate the next stage into the future.” Jackie Wylie, Artistic Director & CEO, National Theatre of Scotland, Clore Fellow 2016/17
“It’s hard to express the power of my Fellowship year. I’m a woman born with a disability in the 70s, when the societal focus to conform, to “not be different” was immense. The time to reflect that my very difference is an asset, shaping the person I am, the way I see the world and wish it be, has had a profound and energising impact.” Caroline Alton, BBC, Clore Fellow 2016/17
This Fellowship is open to candidates from the arts, screen and creative industries who live and work in Scotland and are committed to creating change as a cultural leader in Scotland. The deadline for Fellowship applications is noon, Thursday 5 April 2018.
For further information and application details visit the Clore Leadership Programme website.