The Jerome Hynes Fellowship supported by the Arts Council of Ireland is open to candidates who live and work in Ireland and who are committed to developing their career as a cultural leader in Ireland. The programme includes: two intensive residential leadership courses; professional development through mentoring, tuition and group learning; an in-depth research project, supervised by a Higher Education Institute; and a period of secondment, including experience of managing a challenging project. The previous recipients of this fellowship are: Niamh Lunny, Kathleen Turner, Dylan Haskins, Mags Walsh, Jo Mangan, Willie White, Sharon Murphy, Fiona Kearney and Fearghus Ó Conchúir.
Applications for the Clore Fellowships 2019/20: cloreleadership.org/Fellowships2019.aspx
An information session will be held for those considering making an application for, or those generally interested in, the Jerome Hynes Fellowship / Clore Leadership Programme 2019/2020. The session will be held on Thursday 15 November at 2.30-4pm in Draíocht (Draíocht.ie). Hosted by Sharon Murphy (Clore Fellow, 2008) the session will be addressed by Sharon Armstrong-Williams (Manager, Clore Fellowship) and will provide an opportunity to learn more about the fellowship in an informal atmosphere.
Further details on information session in Draíocht from Sharon Murphy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Call | Clore Leadership Programme, Jerome Hynes Fellowship 2019/2020