Offering workshops taught by artists since 2011.

Our focus is on drawing and painting,
based in the belief that everyone can learn how to draw!

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Linocut Gift Ideas

Linocut Gift Ideas

Here are 10 gift ideas using the Linocut Printmaking technique. You can create any of these objects during the upcoming…
Power Cage Exhibition

Power Cage Exhibition

Berlin Drawing Room instructor and founder Mira O’Brien will be exhibiting her artwork, as well as teaching two one-night workshops,…
Behind the Scenes at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Behind the Scenes at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

During the Wunderkammer Drawing Workshop we’ve been so lucky to meet some of the scientists that work at the Natural…
BDR in der Tagesspiegel

BDR in der Tagesspiegel

“Drawing and Wonder” read full article HERE. “Pilze können die Wahrnehmung verändern – und genau darum geht es Mira O’Brien: Mit…
Linocut: The Underdog of Printmaking

Linocut: The Underdog of Printmaking

There are a lot of ways to make a print. Some people are seduced by the glossy speed of pulling…
Guides for Seeing Art in Berlin

Guides for Seeing Art in Berlin

In the mood to go see some art but not sure where to go? Tired of paying museum admission fees…

Mushrooms can change perceptions - and that's what Mira O'Brien is all about. With the help of mushrooms, the 36-year-old wants to teach how to see the world around her differently. However, the plan is not to eat them and wait for a hallucinogenic effect, but to draw them. "The closer we look at an object, the more detailed we perceive it," says O'Brien.

Pilze können die Wahrnehmung verändern – und genau darum geht es Mira O’Brien: Mit der Hilfe von Pilzen will die 36-Jährige lehren, die Welt um sich herum anders zu sehen. Der Plan ist jedoch nicht, sie zu essen und auf eine halluzinogene Wirkung zu warten, sondern sie zu zeichnen. „Denn je genauer wir uns ein Objekt anschauen, desto detaillierter nehmen wir es auch wahr“, sagt O’Brien.