Anyone else have a childhood friend who’d make shadow boxes using ticket stubs, photos of her BFFs, puffy stickers and any other random object she had laying around her bedroom? They were sweet, but don’t lie … you said they looked awesome, and they really didn’t. Artist Diane Keane’s assemblage boxes, on display at Journeys Collected and Contained, are a grown-up, intellectual, actually artistic version of the shadow boxes you remember. Prepare to take time viewing the exhibit — a joint show with installation artist Valerie Herrero, at Irma Freeman Center for Imagination. Assemblage art invites you to get up close and personal with each piece to uncover all the secrets within.