LOT Polish Airlines
The Polish Museum of America's final English language video for 2022 is a tribute LOT Polish Airlines highlighting artifacts and material found in the PMA's 1939 World's Fair Polish Pavilion collection.
Hutsul Region: The Slavic Atlantis in Former Polish Lands – Huculszczyzna
If you enjoy learning about the culture and history of different regions, then you should definitely watch the film, Hutsul Region: The Slavic Atlantis in Former Polish Lands. This movie is a fascinating exploration of the rich cultural heritage of this region in the Carpathian Mountains.
Husaria – polska duma / Hussars – Polish Pride
This Polish language presentation is hosted by Cezary Zawadzinski, who examines the history and role of the Polish hussars, or the winged hussars, a heavy cavalry formation active in Poland and in the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth during the 16th and the 18th centuries.
A History of the National Headquarters of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America
PMA proudly presents the next video in our series: A History of the National Headquarters of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.
The Art of Jan Henryk de Rosen at the PMA
In this episode, we invite you to learn about the most recognizable artifact at the Polish Museum of America (PMA)
Walk through Chicago’s Polish Downtown
Walk through Chicago’s Polish Downtown with architectural historian, Victoria Granacki.
Origins of the Polish Army Veterans Association in America – Ties to Chicago
Origins of the Polish Army Veterans Association in America - Ties to Chicago, host Halina Misterka.
Conservation of PMA Art Works Preserving the Past for the Future
“Conservation of PMA Art Works. Preserving the Past for the Future” we reveal secrets and challenges of the art restoration process.
The Struggle of The Polish Theatre in Chicago to Survive
Part 2 of our video series on Polish Theater in Chicago is presented by Barbara Kozuchowska.
Trailing Kościuszko in America | Ślady Kościuszki w Ameryce
The influx of Polish immigrants and exiles gives birth to a frenzy of statue building and dedicating in cities with large Polish populations. In total there are eight statues built from 1904 through 1927.