The looming clouds of war were nearing in 1939. But Poland held onto its optimism at the World’s Fair in New York City, themed “The World of Tomorrow.” The optimism and hope presented at the Polish Pavilion showcased the finest Poland offered in the arts, crafts, agriculture, sciences, and commerce.
Ewa Devereux and John Salhus of Parma Conservation at the PMA performing the conservation of Gdynia painting on the ceiling in the Maritime Room of the Polish Museum of America. Conservation was made possible through the financial support provided by the Polonika Institute in preparation for the opening of the
“Art for Heart 2019” – Call for Artists Contact Info: Andrzej Pawlowski Andrzej_ArtforHeart@yahoo.com CHICAGO—July 1, 2019—The Polish Museum of America and Gift from the Heart Foundation (Dar Serca) announce the 9th Annual ART FOR HEART Call for Artists. Applications are being accepted through July 19th, 2019, and can be found
Photo gallery from the opening of a new exhibit of Polish modern art from the collection of Elżbieta and Krzysztof Krawczynski.
Enjoy our gallery of images from the Polonia Goes to War Exhibition Opening.