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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week mark the start of the CONTACT photography festival that's set to turn the whole city into one big art gallery. Meanwhile, GradEx looks to showcase the works of the young artists of tomorrow and there's a free screening of Fight Club.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • April 29
      I am Jack's free screening of Fight Club this week is ready for viewing as Woodhouse Brewing Co. drops by to serve up $5 bar alongside the David Fincher classic.
      The Royal Cinema
    • May 1-5
      The artists of tomorrow are ready to set off into the world, but not before a huge showcase of their work spread throughout OCAD's galleries.
      OCAD University
    • May 1-31
      Taking place inside galleries around the city, CONTACT returns with works by local and international photographers in over 200 exhibits.
      Multiple Venues
    • May 3
      It's by donation for this big party in anticipation of the Inside Out film festival with a night of food, drinks and dancing, plus a preview of the program.
      Artscape Daniels Launchpad
    • May 3-5
      Jane Jacobs' legacy for sustainable urbanism lives on as volunteers lead groups through the history of different communities around the city.
      Multiple Venues
    Lead photo by

    Andrew Williamson

Lead photo by

Andrew Williamson


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