Start Date
29 August -  
End Date
7 September 2023
Brianna Parkinson, Seth Haggard, Zoë Glentworth
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Opening Hours
Tuesday – Saturday: 11am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am – 4pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 6pm

This is a group exhibition in partnership with The Free Store and Kaibosh.

A group exhibition by art students reflects on the value we place on the resources of Papatūānuku. Over one-third of households in Aotearoa NZ are struggling to afford the necessities of food and shelter. This exhibition re-examines resource use and distribution, turning the lens on food rescue and rental accommodation.


Brianna Parkinson, who lives in Tāmaki Makaurau, explores the value we place on food resources in her photographs and sculptures.  Her works in the exhibition include photographs capturing the mahi of two organisations involved in food rescue in Pōneke and more recent still-life photographs of rescued food.  Parkinson holds a Certificate in Visual Arts from Massey University (Wellington) and is currently studying for a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Elam Art School at Auckland University.

Seth Haggard is an artist recently landed in Auckland from Newcastle, Australia; With a multidisciplinary practice spanning photography, video works, illustration, and text-based works. Creating work from a basis of radical subjectivity, his work examines class inequality, activism, police repression and modern living conditions. He graduated from the Newcastle Art School and is currently enrolled in a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland.

Zoë Glentworth is a fifth-year architecture student at Victoria University of Wellington. She has volunteered at The Free Store since 2018. Through her mahi, she is exploring how generous public places can be created through co-design and co-creation with people from The Free Store. Zoë has completed an NZ L4 Te Reo Certificate at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (2021), a Diploma of Theology at Bishopdale College (2022), and runs a small business with her whānau called Zoë’s Kawakawa.



  • Kaibosh & The Free Store community afternoon, not open to public – Monday 28 August, 2-6pm
  • Opening Night including Panel Talk hosted by Kaibosh - Tuesday 29 August, 6-8pm
  • Poetry Night hosted by The Free Store – Thursday 31 August, 6.30-8pm
  • Picnics in Parks outside Thistle Hall – Friday 1 September, 11am-2pm