We extend our sincere appreciation to the Vice-President of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America Micheline Jaminski and PRCUA Michigan State Ball Honorees Class of 2024 for their $250 contribution to the Polish Museum of America.
The Polish Museum of America had the pleasure of hosting the students from Czesław Miłosz Polish School located in Schaumburg! Their mission to teach Polish language, history, and geography, while fostering a deep connection to Polish culture, truly resonated with our museum's values.
We are excited to announce a special collaboration between the Polish Museum of America and the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk, celebrating 100 years of Polish sailing! Join us in Chicago from August 16-18 for an exhibition showcasing Poland's rich maritime history. Many thanks to Director Domżał for the warm
Exciting News at the Polish Museum of America! We are thrilled to announce a remarkable addition to our collection - the stunning "Portrait of Jane" (circa 1926) by Theodore Modra, a Polish-born artist known for his mastery honed in Paris and Munich. This masterpiece, generously donated by Stanley and Ewa
On February 22, we mark a century of unity with Girl Guides and Girl Scouts globally, honoring the founders, Sir Robert Baden-Powell and Olave Baden-Powell. World Thinking Day, originating from a 1926 conference, now highlights vital global issues yearly, such as environmental sustainability and gender equality. Let's embrace this year's
February 21 marks another anniversary of Zdzisław Beksiński's passing. In 2017, the Polish Museum of America in Chicago proudly hosted the first US exhibition of his works, titled "A Tale Told by the Shadows." The event showcased over 50 pieces, including paintings, drawings, and photographs, attracting art lovers nationwide. The
Last night, the Polish Museum of America hosted a moving screening of "Ref-Ren," a documentary honoring the life and artistry of Feliks Konarski. Produced by Bogdan Kowalski, the film left a lasting impression, celebrating Konarski's legacy and cultural impact in Chicago. Special thanks to Basia Kożuchowska and the dedicated team
Celebrate Mikołaj Kopernik's revolutionary contributions to astronomy with us! Explore our collection, including an announcement from Jagiellonian University dating back to 1873, and a unique photograph featuring a sculpture by Stanislaw Szukalski. Join us in honoring Kopernik's enduring legacy and the artistic expressions inspired by his ideas!