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Recruitment of Board Members

We are seeking a new Board member with experience and expertise in HR & Governance to join our Board and become a champion for CFCCA, using their expertise, connections and contacts to promote our organisation.

In addition to being an active Board member the suitable candidate will also hold the position of Chair of the Appointments Committee, a subcommittee of the Board. We are looking for a professional with a general background in Arts Strategy, Charity Governance, Finance, HR, Legal. Please download the role description for more information:

Appointments Committee Chair / HR & Governance Trustee Role Description

We strive to achieve a ‘balanced’ board with half of our members being of Chinese descent who bring experience and understanding of Chinese culture and society and we are keen to attract members from such a background to maintain that balance.

Members serve for a maximum of two consecutive three year terms i.e. six years in total. Please note that this is a voluntary role.

If you interested in serving as a member of our Board please email an expression of interest and your CV to our Operations Manager Hannah Hartley at


Volunteer Opportunities

Spending time working with us offers the chance to develop valuable skills and gain an insight into the workings of an internationally leading arts organisation. CFCCA offers unpaid opportunities through our successful volunteer programme, which we view as a positive contribution to the running and development of the organisation. We also endeavour to accommodate student placements and work experience requests. However, we do not support unpaid internships. Any intern role will be advertised on our Job Opportunities page in the same way as other paid opportunities within the organisation.

Our fantastic team of hard-working and talented volunteers often contribute a minimum of one day a week working with us. Primarily their role is customer facing, greeting visitors to the building and providing information about our programme and events. We endeavour to ensure each of our volunteers undertake work in the area relevant to their interests during their time with us, but offer the opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of the organisation.
Areas of work can include:

  • Research
  • Project management
  • Audience development
  • Customer Service
  • General Administration
  • Marketing


We accept applications for our volunteer team on a rolling basis but places are not always available immediately. Volunteers should ideally be willing to commit to one day per week (usually fixed, but with some flexibility) for at least 2 months, as we feel this enables the experience to be most beneficial.

To help us determine whether you would be a suitable candidate to join the team, please send a copy of your current CV and a description of your interests to

Consider the following questions:
Why are you interested in completing a volunteer placement at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art?
Can you identify which areas you would like to be involved in?
How do you intend to develop your skills and experience with us?