I am collecting dreams from people in exchange for a lottery ticket. For every ticket that I distribute, I ask the recipient to write down his or her desires for what they would do if they won. On each occasion, I purchase 50 tickets and give them to people I meet in public places such as city streets, restaurants, convenience stores, transportation centers, festivals, parks, and laundromats. I understand that the lottery is a complex social issue, but I am using these tickets to encourage people to dream big—bigger than they would if I were to give away dollar bills. What follows is a selection of dreams organized by the different jackpot amounts.