We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

Sherri Amoure | Multidisciplinary Artist

I want to leave this earth and be remembered by my resilience and perseverance. Time and time again in my life there have been people and things I’ve encountered that could’ve cost me my life. Things that would’ve broken any other individual in this world, but through it all, though there were so many times where I wanted to and could have given up, somehow I was still able to stand ten toes down. Read more>>

Terrell Green | Creative Strategist & Recruitment Specialist

Making art creation a public health solution to aid in combating social determinants of health. Bringing racial equity to leadership in the global theatre industry. Lastly, helping to develop the economic future of the art industry by opening a production arts high school. Read more>>

Jaime Hunter or (hunnaRIP) | Musician

Being remembered as a musician isn’t at the top of my list. Being remembered as who I am internally is far more important. I put my heart into everything I do.
I share my heart with those I’m around. Everything is to be cherished. Everyone has a heart. I want to be remembered as love. My music tells a story of love and desire. Read more>>

Michael Coulombe | Filmmaker and Photographer

I want my art to be my legacy. I know that that might sound a bit cheesy…but the truth is I’d love to be the kind of artist that students learn about it in school. I want to be the kind of artist that inspires other artists; to create new ideas, to never give up when things are not going the way they want with their art. That’s what I want my legacy to be; and, that is what I want people to remember about me. Read more>>