PARTICIPATE: The Mobile Arts Council is participating in Mobile Museum of Art’s exhibition, do it, by imploring our arts community to carry out the instruction above. Contribute by sending in your doodles to the Mobile Arts Council or come by during Art Walk to make a doodle for the Uri Aran installation at the Mobile Museum of Art, opening January 26. Artists can mail in their doodles, deliver them to the MAC, or draw a doodle at MAC during our open hours. Submissions must be received by Friday, January 12th. There is no limit to the number of doodles an artist can submit – we only request that they are drawn on standard-sized sticky notes and are family-friendly. All colors of sticky notes are acceptable! Doodles can be drawn at or mailed to the Mobile Arts Council at 318 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36602. Our hours are 9 AM to 5 PM on weekdays and 6 PM to 9 PM on ArtWalk nights, November 10th, December 8th, and January 12th. Doodles will not be given back to you after the exhibition. ABOUT DO IT: What would happen if an exhibition never stopped? In 1993, originating curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier posed a question that turned into the longest-running and most far-reaching exhibition ever to have happened. do it began in Paris as an invitation to 12 artists to propose artworks based on written “scores” or instructions that can be openly interpreted every time they were presented. In the 20 years since Obrist, Boltanski and Lavier mused over the potential of “scores,” or written instructions by artists, do it has been re-interpreted, rearranged, disassembled and reconfigured in 60+ venues worldwide; including nearly 400 artists from across the globe. do it will be on view at the Mobile Museum of Art January 26 – July 1 2018. For more information about this exhibition, go to www.MobileMuseumofArt.com/upcoming-exhibitions.