Manchester’s Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) is recruiting a new director following the resignation of Zoe Dunbar, its director of seven years.
Recruitment for a new Community Development and Engagement Manager and new trustees is also under way.
In September, the art gallery said it would set targets for staff and board members of Chinese heritage after facing accusations of “organisational yellowface”.
The announcement came after a working group contracted to address the allegations disbanded before final recommendations were submitted, citing racist attitudes at board level.
The organisation's interim director, Thanh Sinden, is of East Asian descent.
Current Chair of the Board of Trustees Nick Buckley Wood said the centre has been through a “difficult” time.
“But we have learned vital lessons that will prepare us for a much stronger future. I am looking forward to bringing new trustees on board as we prepare to open to the public next year.”