Library and Archives Canada: 16mm, 28mm, 35mm, VHS, digibeta.
"Film shows some of the activities inside the art classrooms of the Central Technical School of Toronto. Some students are shown painting and drawing a live model in a classroom. Elsewhere, a class of men are seen drawing from plaster casts. In the clay modelling class many men and women are seen sculpting. A woman is shown forming, cleaning, filling and breaking open a plaster cast. In another studio, a woman applies glaze to a bowl and then places it inside a pottery furnace. Two women are seen standing above a table with many pottery articles on it. In the applied art class many students are at work: one woman paints stained glass on an easel while another paints a water colour poster. A student carving wood is shown along several samples of student's work. The film's final intertitle reads: 'You may have a child with latent talent awaiting appreciation and development. Ontario Government Educational Films may help you to decide'."