Warsaw Uprising: Honoring Heroism and Resilience in WWII’s Defining Battle

During World War II, the Warsaw Uprising was a 63-day brave effort led by the Home Army to liberate Warsaw from German occupation and regain Polish independence. Despite overwhelming odds, they fought with determination and resourcefulness.

Continue reading

Chicago History Museum staff and Guild members visit the Polish Museum of America

The Polish Museum of America collaborated with the Chicago History Museum for a program showcasing Polish history and culture, including a visit to Holy Trinity Polish Catholic Church and a tour of the museum's collections.

Continue reading

Feast Day of St. John the Baptist

He is the well known relative of Jesus of Nazareth who was born to St. Elizabeth, cousin of the Virgin Mary and Zechariah in the Herodian kingdom of Judea.

Continue reading

Ludwika Nitschowa 33 commemoration of death

She was born Dec. 6, 1889, in Poland. On this day we remember Ludwika Nitschowa, Polish sculptor and pedagogue who died on March 28, 1989.

Continue reading

Research work under the supervision of the PMA Archivists

Research work under the supervision of the Archivists takes place in the PMA Art Gallery, which has been specially adapted for this purpose.

Continue reading

Spotkanie z historią

Spotkanie z historią – wizyta delegacji z Polski, połączona z wykładem prezesa IPN dr. Karola Nawrockiego.

Continue reading

Life is art – opening gallery

The exhibition is an illustration of several years of work and an important day in the life of the artist.

Continue reading

VT – Stephen and Elizabeth Ann Kusmierczak Art Gallery

Although the Polish Museum of America is closed due to Covid-19, you can take a virtual tour. We are happy to present the fourth in a series of virtual tours highlighting the Stephen and Elizabeth Ann Kusmierczak Art Gallery.

Continue reading