The Exhibition

allan yeomans and rhiannon sutton yeomans at MUMA
At the Monash University Museum of Art: Allan Yeomans (right) showing his grand-daughter, Rhiannon Sutton-Yeomans, how to operate the Yeomans Carbon Still. Photo by Christian Capurro.

Baking Earth: Soil and the Carbon Economy is part of the exhibition Shapes of Knowledge at Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA).
Find out more about the exhibition here. Public programs associated with the exhibition are listed below.

View photos of the exhibition installation (with no people in the shots).

View photos of the exhibition installation featuring Allan Yeomans teaching his granddaughter, artist Rhiannon Sutton Yeomans how to use the Yeomans Carbon Still.

Exhibition Dates:
9 Feb – 13 April

Exhibition Hours:
Tues-Fri 10am-5pm
Sat 12-5pm

MUMA Address:
Ground Floor, Building F
Monash University,
Caulfield Campus
900 Dandenong Road
Caulfield East
(Melbourne) VIC 3145

Public Programs:

Live demonstrations of the Yeomans Carbon Still with Allan Yeomans (free, no bookings required):
Tuesday 12 February, 10am-3pm
Wednesday 13 February, 10am-3pm
Thursday 7 March, 10am-3pm
Friday 8 March, 10am-3pm
Thursday 21 March, 10am-3pm
Friday 22 March, 10am-3pm

Field Trip to Niels Olsen’s Farm to gather soil samples (limited seats, book online here):
Saturday 9 March, 10am-4pm
Departing from MUMA
Ground Floor, Building F, Monash University, Caulfield Campus
900 Dandenong Rd, Caulfield East
Details about this field trip here.

Round table discussion: Soil and the Carbon Economy (free, all welcome):
A round table discussion about soil carbon sequestration, its opportunities and challenges. How to do it, how to measure it, and how to legislate for it. With Allan Yeomans (inventor of the Yeomans Carbon Still), Louisa Kiely (Carbon Farmers of Australia), Dru Marsh (Victorian Government Environment Dept), Lucas Ihlein (artist), farmers and engineers.
Full details here.