How we interact with strangers is the bedrock of our society. Social cohesion is based on a certain level of trust in the stranger, that she or he will obey traffic laws, accept your money when you want to buy something, etc. And yet in our neoliberal society, interactions between strangers are increasingly tenuous, distrustful. Art has a role to play in envisioning more creative, playful interactions between strangers. Social practitioner, Martin Krafft, will lead a series of six workshops in which the group takes turns enacting each other's ideas for how to craft these interactions. This workshop is for anyone who's outgoing or wants to be more outgoing, anyone who's fun or wants to be more fun, anyone who's playful or wants to be more playful. No previous experience with social practice necessary.