Round Table projects are leaderless collaborations in which groups of participants produce sets of artworks. The Round Table process is such that these sets always comprise the same number of pieces as participants.

The character of a Round Table project is one of artistic liberty within a structure of interdependence. Each collaborator operates independently, contributing according to their own judgment at every stage. Meanwhile, all members of a group depend on one another to affect the works-in-progress, and keep them moving through the sequence.

In the video above, the participants are drawing, but they could be practicing almost any art form; they are sitting around a table, but they could be arrayed around the world.