As of February 27, 2017, the museum is permanently closed to the public. The university is digitizing the museum’s holdings for research and can be viewed on our Collections page.
August 21, 2008 - September 30, 2008
The Arts Diner was a life-size replica of a real-life roadside restaurant with a twist: it was constructed of some wood, but was mainly cardboard, Styrofoam, tin foil, papier mache and other unlikely materials. (The food was jaw-breaking ceramic). The brainchild of Dover-Sherborn High School art teacher Darren Buck, it was created by a dozen students and had a week-long run at the Massachusetts school before its installation at the Culinary Arts Museum.