Uncover Polish history and culture at the Chicago History Museum and the Polish Museum of America! Immerse yourself in captivating exhibits and artifacts that highlight the rich heritage of Polish-American communities. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the vibrant stories of the past. #PolishHistory #ChicagoMuseums #PolishCulture
Renowned Polish artist Stanisław Szukalski, known for his controversial ideas and artistic contributions, passed away in 1987. His legacy includes founding the Szczep Horned Heart, exploring Slavic culture, and inspiring the documentary "Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski." Visitors to the PMA can admire his sculptures from the
May 18 marks the 79th anniversary of the 1944 Battle of Monte Cassino in which Polish forces, under the command of Gen. Władysław Anders played a prominent role. The Polish 2 Corps broke the German defensive lines and opened the road for the Allies to liberate Rome from German occupation.
On May 8, the Polish Museum of America had the pleasure of hosting Consul Agata Grochowska and delegates from Poland – Senators Maria Koc and Paweł Arndt, on behalf of the Speaker of the Polish Senate Tomasz Grodzki. The distinguished guests met with several members of the Board of Directors
PMA was visited by Tomasz Rzymkowski – Vice Minister of The Ministry of Education (MEiN), Member of the Sejm, envoy Jarosław Krajewski, Member of the Sejm envoy Marcin Bartosz Porzucek, Piotr Semeniuk, Director of Department of International Cooperation of The Ministry of Education, Sebastian Wijas - Fundacja Trójmorze and Adam
Today we celebrate 3 May Constitution Day, which commemorates the enactment of the Polish Constitution that came into effect on 3 May 1791. On this date in Warsaw, the sejm of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth adopted the document which was the second written constitution in the world and the first in