May 15 – St. Sophia Feast day
May 15 we salute a very celebrated name in Poland, Zofia - Zosia! Its origin comes from the Greek ‘sophos’ meaning wise, intelligent.
PMA Summer intern application
The Polish Museum of America, thanks to its affiliation with the Chicago Cultural Alliance, has secured funding for a NINE WEEK paid position for a Collections Internship.
OnThisDay in 1939 the New York World’s Fair officially opened
#OnThisDay, April 30, 1939 - 152 anniversary of the oath given by the first US President George Washington - the New York World's Fair officially opened.
This April 18 we celebrate our PMA Library which is 106 years in the making with a wealth of books that will leave you breathless.
1055th Anniversary of Poland’s Christianity
Today, we celebrate the 1055th Anniversary of Poland's Christianity.
March 27 we salute World Theatre Day
The International Theatre Institute (ITI) is popularizing this art since 1962, inviting acting communities each March to hold events and stage plays to mark this occasion.
PMA mourns the loss of Leonard Kniffel
The Polish Museum of America honors the memory of PMA Board Member Leonard Kniffel, who passed away on March 19, 2021.
Katyn Commemoration – Gawron Painting
March 22 we commemorate the Memory of tens of thousands of Polish military Officers and intellectuals...
The National Library in Warsaw
Catalogue of Incunabula in the National Library of Poland, vol. 1 & 2, 2020 Katalog rękopisów Biblioteki Narodowej, seria III, tom VII, cz. 1-3, 2020