PMAL Annual Duplicate Book Sale
The PMAL Annual Duplicate Book Sale is rescheduled for autumn 2017.
7 Hip And Creative Things To Check Out In Chicago This Summer
#5 Zdzislaw Beksinski Exhibit at Polish Museum of America That Chicagoland boasts the largest population of Polish people outside of Warsaw, Poland, is common knowledge. So, in The Windy City, there’s an appreciation for Polish people, their history, their culture. Few organizations showcase and celebrate that to depths that Polish
Dziś w programie
Dzięki wyjątkowej wrażliwości pracowników Polvision, widzowie autorskiego programu Małgorzaty Ptaszyńskiej "Dziś w programie" mieli okazję do ponownego przyjęcia zaproszenia na wystawę "A Tale Told by Shadows" prac Zdzisława Beksińskiego prezentowanych w Muzeum Polskim.
Saturday at the Museum
One week after great public opening visitors are still enjoying Beksinki’s art and Beksinski VR – De Profundis. They were also surprised with unexpected meeting with exhibit curator Dariusz Lachowski.
An evening with Beksinski
Paraphrasing the master, Beksinski: “To name something, is to stray from the core of that which is painted, to name this exhibit, is on par with not visiting it at all. Is that the life we choose?”
Summer Gala 2017
FOUNDED IN 1935, AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SINCE 1937, THE PMA REMAINS THE NATION’S ONLY INSTITUTION OF ITS KIND, DEDICATED TO THE PRESERVATION AND PROMOTION OF POLISH AND POLISH AMERICAN IDENTITY THROUGH A WIDE VARIETY OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND EXHIBITIONS.
One man’s dark is another’s light
The opening will also include an appearance by the great actor, and Beksinski collector, Chip Joslin.
A Tale Told by Shadows
Zapraszamy do częstego odwiedzania, specjalnie przygotowanej strony dotyczącej wystawy [Zdzislaw Beksinski A Tale Told by Shadows]
PMA Volunteers | Wolontariusze MPA
Thank you to our Dear Volunteers! Drogim Wolontariuszom – dziękujemy z serca !
Polish Past in Chicago 1850-1941
Exhibition Drawn from Photographic Archives of The Polish Museum of America Poles first began to settle in Chicago in the 1850s, but it was not until the 1880s that their arrival assumed the character of a mass migration. From that time until the 1930s, the number of Polish immigrants rapidly