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Intermediate Sailing

This is a more advanced two-week course for those who have completed the Learn to Sail program or have the pre-requisiteCANSail level 2. In Intermediate Sailing, the emphasis is on more advanced skills with a focus on sailing faster and more efficiently. Each group has a maximum of eight participants. The rules of the water, safety, advanced sailing techniques and basic racing skills and strategies are part of this course. Participants may obtain Sail Canada certification of CANSail 3 or CANSail 4 if all skills are demonstrated in the class.

Adventure Sailing

Seafarers of varying abilities are invited to sail away in this unique camp experience! The focus of the Adventure Sailing class will be fun sailing and adventures in a variety of sailboats types. Young sailors will sail away three days and spend two nights camping. Building on previously learned fundamental skills, this camp offers opportunities outside the CANSail curriculum with no certification earned. Each group has a maximum ofsix participants. Open to all sailors ages 10 to 18 who have previously completed a minimum of CANSail 1.

Junior Race Program

Racing is an exciting and sociable way to develop your sailing. The Junior Race Program covers many aspects of racing including race starts, rules, tactics strategy, race-specific boat handling skills that are designed to increase speed. Sailing and racing skills will also be developed through video analysis and fun races. Racing experience is not required to be on the race team. The main requirements are to love being on the water and awillingnessto learn new skills. Athletes may participate in local, regional and national regattas.

Seethe Camp Registration Form for dates and the Dues and Fees Schedule for fees. Please note that fees paid qualify as child care expenditures for tax purposes. Appropriate receipts are provided. All participants must pay the Fédération de Voile du Québec annual membership fee.

Learn to Race

For young sailors interested in learning how to race, the Learn to Race program offers an excellent opportunity to practice in a small group with our dedicated Race Team coaches.CANSail level 1 is a pre-requisite, though no previous racing experience is required. Students should enjoy time on the water and have a growing interest in the sport.Each group has a maximum ofeight participants.

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The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Department of Textile Arts contains more than 13,000 textiles and costumes from traditions around the world. A remarkable range of techniques is represented, including loom-woven textiles; nonwoven fabrics, such as bark cloth, felt, and knitting; and objects embellished with beading and embroidery.

Highlights from the collection include extraordinary Turkmen carpets, rare 12th- through 15th-century Central Asian and North Indian silks, the most important group of Anatolian kilims outside Turkey, European tapestries, exquisite ecclesiastical textiles, and contemporary Bay Area fiber art. Since the 1930s the de Young has been known for its 20th-century couture, particularly from the post–World War II era, with outstanding pieces by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, Madame Grés, and Yves Saint Laurent.

With holdings that span nearly three millennia and represent cultures from 125 countries, the textile arts collection enables the Museums to draw connections across cultures and enrich other areas of the permanent collection. Throughout the year the Lonna and Marshall Wais and Diana Dollar Knowles and Gorham B. Knowles costume and textile arts gallery hosts several exhibitions, featuring the diverse range of these collections, as well as important traveling exhibitions.

In addition to the larger rotating textiles presentations in the main gallery, the T. B. Walker Family Education Gallery houses small, didactic displays and contains study drawers illustrating representative pieces from the entire collection, highlighting different textile techniques. The how much are the air jordan 11 bred gsn
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Step behind the scenes, as our textile conservation department, with assistance from registration and curatorial departments, prepares an important artwork from the museums’ collection for international travel. Part of a larger loan of six costumes, this video focuses on the preparation required to ensure safe transport of a voluminous and intricately embellished ball gown, Venus by Christian Dior (1949), in conjunction with Ship/Art International.

Christian Dior, Day dress, “Poulette”, 1948. Black Silk Faille, 63 x 17 11/16 in. Gift of Mrs. Eloise Heidland, 1982.18.4a-b

Kay Sekimachi, “Wave”, 1980. Woven book of linen, acrylic paint, and buckram (lining); double weave and warp-painting, 4 3/8 x 4 3/8 x 18 in. Gift of the artist, 2005.124

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