Memory is a creative act, constructed through recollection and imagination. Learn how drawing can be utilised to interpret and represent different aspects of memory, using found images and personal narratives. Explore concepts of memory using various processes and materials of drawing, focusing particularly on layering and erasing. Chelsea Lehmann introduces methods which will enable you to investigate different aspects of memory, such as social memory, false memory, physical memory, lapsed memory, amnesia or trauma, presence and absence. You will learn how to reflect on personal experiences that can be contextualised within a broader collective or cultural memory. As a starting point, bring a selection of images or personal or found photographs and objects that are appropriate to your interests, memories and narratives.