The Polish Museum of America celebrates 85 years since its opening…
The Polish Museum of America celebrates 85 years since opening its door to the public.
Tytus Brzozowski and Polonika Institute visit to Chicago
On November 12 the Polish Museum of America, in cooperation with the Polonika Institute hosted a "Meet the Artist" reception and official exhibit opening of "12 Cities" by Polish artist Tytus Brzozowski.
Grandmother’s Day (Dzień Babci)
Today, January 21 we celebrate Grandmother’s Day (pol. Dzień Babci) and January 22 we appreciate Grandfather’s Day (pol. Dzień Dziadka).
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.
Paderewski Room Part 2 – Tour Behind the Glass
On November 17, 19, and 21, 1891, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, in a series of three concerts at Carnegie Hall, in New York, began his musical adventure in America, resulting in the Master’s 20 concert tours across the United States.
Paderewski Room Part 1 – Donation History
November 6, 2020, is the 160th anniversary of the birth of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, pianist, composer, Polish independence activist, and statesman.
Churches in Chicago’s Polish downtown
Our next video in our series takes you through Polish Downtown and the Polish Churches.
WTTW commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the formation Solidarnosc
PMA President Richard Owsiany provides a glimpse of Chicago Polonia's activism and role during that time for WTTW's Interactive online article.