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Aug 3 / Ruth Montgomery blogspot

The Clore Leadership Programme

I am delighted to announce that I have been offered a place on the Clore Leadership Programme starting in September 2018 until 31st July 2019. This is going to support my role as an Artistic Director for Audiovisability and working in music education fields too.

It is with acknowledgement that I thank my family, mentors (Sarah Pickthall at Cuspinc, Ken Carter and Deaf Explorer to name a few) and friends for their continued support.  Without them I believe this chance would not have happened.  I look forward to learning, sharing, building networks and inspiring the next generation of musicians and artists, – both deaf and hearing.

About Clore Leadership Programme:
The Clore Leadership Programme is a unique programme of cultural leadership development that seeks to enrich and transform cultural practice and engagement. Each year, around 25 exceptional leaders from a range of specialisms across the cultural sector are awarded a place on the programme. “The 2018/19 Clore Fellows stand out for their resilience, their curiosity and their empathy. They are civic leaders, committed to giving back, with many already holding Trustee and voluntary positions and setting up initiatives for change and advocacy beyond their day jobs.” Read the full announcement here:

 

About Dame Vivien Duffield. Dame Vivien Duffield continues the philanthropic legacy of her father Sir Charles Clore, who was one of Britain’s most successful post-war businessmen. After Sir Charles’ death in 1979, Dame Vivien assumed the Chairmanship of the Clore Foundations in the UK and in Israel. In the UK she also established her own Vivien Duffield Foundation in 1987 and merged the two in 2000 to create the Clore Duffield Foundation.
Dame Vivien’s UK Foundation has supported the @royaloperahouse, @tate art galleries, the Royal Ballet, @britishmuseum, @natural_history_museum, @dulwichgallery, the @southbankcentre and Eureka! The National Children’s Museum – as well as many hundreds of smaller projects. The Foundation has funded more than 40 Clore Learning Spaces across the UK, launched the Clore Leadership Programme for the cultural sector in 2003 and the Clore Social Leadership Programme in 2008.
From 2007 to 2010 Dame Vivien was Chair of the Campaign for Oxford University. She is the founder and Life President of @jw3london, London’s new Jewish Community Centre.

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