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Fellowships on the Clore Leadership Programme

Monday 14th February, 2011

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The Clore Leadership Programme is currently inviting applications from exceptional individuals with the potential to take on significant leadership roles within culture.

Sponsored by the Cultural Leadership Programme, these Fellowships are open to candidates with at least 5 years' paid work experience either in employment, self-employed or freelance, usually in the cultural sector. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a knowledge, understanding and passion for culture.

The Fellowship Programme aims to shape emerging creative leaders through in-depth learning, tailored as far as possible to the needs, aspirations and circumstances of about 20 individuals a year. Fellows also benefit from unparalleled access to senior cultural leaders and to extensive networks.

The structure of the programme includes: residential courses an extended placement for a period of approximately 3 months individually-selected training, mentoring and coaching. Fellows can choose to take a period of six months away from work and receive a bursary while doing their programme, or continue to be attached to their place of work, with their employer being compensated for the sustained periods when they're away.

We welcome applications for general Fellowships from people working across a wide range of creative and cultural activity, and also from those from outside the cultural sector who want to develop as a leader within it. In addition, we also offer some Fellowships focused on particular specialisms or geographical areas. These vary from year to year and can be found on our website.

SPECIALIST FELLOWSHIPS OFFERED IN 2011/12 INCLUDE:

ARTS COUNCIL OF WALES FELLOWSHIP – supported by the Arts Council of Wales.

ARTIST FELLOWSHIP - supported by the Cultural Leadership Programme.

CREATIVE SCOTLAND FELLOWSHIP - supported by Creative Scotland.

DANCE FELLOWSHIP - supported by Dancers' Career Development and the Linbury Trust.

LEARNING FELLOWSHIP – supported by the Clore Duffield Foundation.

NESTA Fellowship for an individual who is able to demonstrate achievement and/or potential in USING TECHNOLOGY TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE BUSINESS MODELS FOR CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS – supported by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.

NESTA Fellowship for an individual who is able to demonstrate achievement and/or potential in SUSTAINABLE CONVERGENCE OF MEDIA – supported by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.

PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP IN ARTS PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT - supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

THEATRE FELLOWSHIP - supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. WELLCOME TRUST CREATIVE FELLOWSHIP – supported by the Wellcome Trust.

The closing date for all applications is by 12 noon, 11 March 2011. For further details on the Programme and to access the online application form, please visit www.cloreleadership.org

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