WOMEN and THEIR WORK

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

EDWINA SETON December 15 1923
WOMEN and THEIR WORK

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

EDWINA SETON December 15 1923

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

EDWINA SETON

Question—R. M., Toronto: Could

you tell me where to study applied design at night? My every-day work is in a large insurance company. I want to become an artist and design book covers, wall papers, etc., but have only my evenings to give to it.

Answer—The Ontario College of Art, The Grange, Toronto, holds evening classes, the first term being from October 3 to January 21; the second term from January 23 to May 13. The fees are $10 for each term. These evening classes are open from seven-thirty to nine-thirty. Among the subjects taken up in the class of design and applied art are poster designing, stained glass, metal work, batik designing, etc. The Central

Technical School also holds classes in art and designing.

Question—S. S. P., Alberta: Is it

permissible to copyright the name of a local advertising publication to prevent imitation in other localities? If so, what steps are necessary, and what charges are made for copyright?

Answer—Yes. I have sent you a copy of the Act containing copyright.

Question—Mrs. E. B., Windsor: I

enclose a list of books and would like to know whether or not they are valuable.

Answer—If you will send me a stamped, addressed envelope I will go into details regarding the books.