The Grogan Gallery, a gallery that represents contemporary and traditional artists from around the world, has moved to a new location at 7800 Washington Ave. The 66,000-square foot warehouse was built in 1960.
The new location for the gallery features 30-foot ceilings and wall space to accommodate a catalog of grander artworks.
According to a news release, Grogan is the only fine arts gallery in Houston's design district. Previous tenants include The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, Stewart & Stevenson and Brian Thomas Display and Packaging.
For more information, visit https://thegrogangallery.com/.
Legacy Community Health CEO to retire
Legacy Community Health (Legacy) CEO Katy Caldwell will be retiring from her position with the organization on Dec. 31, according to a news release.
Caldwell began at Legacy as a volunteer for the Montrose Clinic, which later became Legacy Community Health, helping friends get care during the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s. In 1996 she was hired as the executive director of the Montrose Clinic, which provided HIV/AIDS care out of a small house located on Westheimer Road.
Legacy has become the largest federally qualified health center (FQHC) in the state of Texas and in the entire Southwest U.S., operating more than 40 clinics with more than 1,300 employees across Houston, Baytown, Deer Park and Beaumont.
Legacy’s board of directors is conducting a nationwide search for Caldwell’s replacement.