Robert Guth is a bread maker so good it’s part of the phd he’s doing. Hopefully that will help you understand what a gift one of his loaves is.
And you can have one, all you have to do is take something in to the old site of the Dick Smith in the bus interchange.
It’s really simple, grab something you don’t mind trading for a loaf of bread. I chose on old copy of The Economist.
Then walk into the You Are Here mothership on the corner of City Walk and East Row, ignore the women on rollerskates and other zaniness, walk up to Robert in his bakers overalls and give him your thing.
In exchange you get wonderful bread.
It’s really that easy, you’re contributing to art and a phd, you get rid of something, and you get a loaf of bread.
You’d be mad not to get down there in the next week it’s running as part of You Are Here.