Work by professional artists will be shown alongside work made by a range of community groups.
Participants include Sean Hellman, Anne-Marie Moss, Isobel Coulton, Jane Burt, Bridget Arnold, Tom Hills, Audrey Ryder, Maddy Norris, Angela Holmes, Pauline Lee, Woody Fox, and Sue Cheney.
There will be group submissions from the Bovey Tracy Youth Café, Broadclyst Primary School and Torbay Youth Arts Award Project.
Throughout the launch day there will be performances by MED Theatre, and a presence from Transition Newton Abbot.
There is a bus service from Bovey Tracey on Saturdays, the Haytor Hoppa, details on Dartmoor National Park Authority website.
Admission: Adults: £3.50; Children: £2. Concessions £2.50
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