Doodles find a home inside art school

Casual art scribbles being accepted for Victoria-based gallery project

If you think your doodles are better off being placed at the curb with your recyclables, think again.

The Vancouver Island School of Art is accepting doodle submissions, from casual to serious, and silly to profound. They will be displayed on the walls of the school’s Slide Room Gallery for the month of November.

Put your doodles in an envelope marked with ‘doodle drawing,’ and include your name and contact details.

Submission deadline is Oct. 21 at 5 p.m. The art school is located at 2549 Quadra St. For details, please call 250-380-3500 or visit

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