Artists of the Roundtable (2008 Video)
Brooke Hasalton: Every form of entertainment we have came from someone's imagination. Everything... everything.
Kai Soremekun: They are offering you a piece of themselves and it's a gift. Whether you agree with it or like it or not, that's still what they're offering... the least you can do is show respect and honor that they've done it.
John Fugelsang: That's what great artists do... they make us feel less alone.
Emery Emery: I don't even think we have philosophers today. I think they come in the form of musicians and comedians.
Mike Foster: Its the artist who is really a visionary - someone who's not thinking about box office records, ratings, or other cliché kind of stuff... they are just doing their art.
Natasha Leggero: Great things are made from not asking what the people want because the people don't know what they want... Henry Ford once said if I would of asked the people what they wanted, they would of said faster horses.
Zach Zmed: Obviously for the most part, people are sheep. You have to have some shepherds and sometimes shepherds are wearing strange clothing.
Jason Mac: Art and artists have the responsibility to keep this world going.