Friends… what an incredible, unforgettable, crazy, fun, moving and epic day today has been. We are still taking in and trying to process all of the raw emotion and beauty that we witnessed here today in Brooklyn.
At this time the art show and MCA Day NYC has come to a close, but this legacy is far from over. Many other MCA-related events across the US and GLOBE have yet to begin today and this weekend, so please keep on shining that light for Adam today and every day. Honor his memory by being a leader, a friend, or an inspiration. There are so many ways to make the world around us better, just pick one and get to task with that trademark Yauch ferocity.
Let me close by saying it’s been a true honor to get to work alongside so many incredibly fun and creative people, and a HUGE THANK YOU goes out to Mike Kearney and the entire MCA Day 2014 planning crew. I love all of you so much and my heart is so full with gratitude and pride in the work we’ve been able to accomplish.
Adam’s work here is not yet complete, because his music and message continues to inspire and bring people together, and quite frankly, that’s an incredibly admirable legacy that will stand for generations. I hope that he can feel all the love being sent his way today.
Yours in Gratitude,
Michelle “Shutterbugs” Lawlor
Curator/Organizer/MCA Day Co-conspirator and Bass Lovin’ B Girl