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  • Proof comes to a close

    Matches, power tools, nails, glasses, jars, and magnets. To some, these everyday objects are both interesting and inspiring. For Caleb Charland of Brewer, Maine, they are even more than that: They are the tools of science and the subjects of art. Charland was chosen as the recipient of the 2007 Fellowship Award of the Silver Eye Gallery for Photography. His 17 black-and-white images won him his ow...

    Pillbox | January 28, 2008
  • Recipes+

    Entropy (now Entropy+) got pimped. It is larger, cooler-looking, and has much more food. There are so many more choices, especially if you’re looking for gluten-free, kosher, vegan, or organic items — including a variety of frozen treats. There is also plenty of fresh produce, virtually eliminating the need to go grocery shopping off campus (unless of course you want lower prices). But despite all...

    Pillbox | November 5, 2007
  • Art: It's What's for Dinner

    Upon entering Silver Eye Center for Photography, the viewer is surrounded by images of alluring, vivid foods. The images are from a project called Behind the Mall by Diana Shearwood, a photographer based in Montreal, Canada. The exhibition, titled What’s for Dinner?, includes a few larger images hung alone and printed on canvas, and 78 smaller images that are hung in a grid dominating the wall...

    Pillbox | October 8, 2007
  • Miller Gallery reveals Nakashima

    Walking into the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, visitors enter a dimly lit room containing a taste of what’s to come: one of Dee Briggs’s steel sculptures and two of George Nakashima’s wooden chairs. Friday, Aug. 31, the space hummed with voices of visitors at the opening reception for the Nakashima Revealed and Dee Briggs exhibits.

    Pillbox | September 10, 2007