Lindsey Wilson is a Dallas-based arts writer and critic with a journalism master's from Syracuse University and an undying love for chips and salsa. When not at the theater (which is rare), she enjoys reading, playing with her dogs, and traveling. Photo by Jeffrey Hummel.
“Warning: You’re going to hear me say ‘I’m really excited about this’ a lot.” This is one of the first things Hector Garcia says during our interview about the Elevator Project’s 2024 season, and it’s not an understatement.
Four world premieres and more than 20 total works are the foundation for Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s 47th season, and that’s the sort of abundance that artistic director Melissa M. Young loves to see.
When a retrospective of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s work arrives at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in October, it might be the first time some Texas patrons will have heard of the groundbreaking artist, activist, educator, and advocate.
Mere days before acclaimed environmental journalist Jeff Goodell picks up the phone to talk about the Blanton Museum of Art’s If the Sky Were Orange: Art in the Time of Climate Change, a special exhibition running Sept. 9, 2023—Feb. 11, 2024, the skies along the East Coast actually do turn orange.