World sculpture Day (last Saturday in April)

History books tell us the word sculpture #InternationalSculptureDay comes from Latin sculpere which means to carve.

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World Book Day

On #WorldBookDay, UNESCO reminds us of the power books have as symbols of hope and social change.

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107th Library anniversary

On this day, April 18th, the PMA Library observes its 107th anniversary. The Library was founded in 1915 by the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.

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Good Friday

Mercy, peace, and love: we wish you and your loved ones a blessed Good Friday.

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Remembering Adam Kossowski – on 36 anniversary of death

On this day 36 years ago the art world lost one of its own. Adam Kossowski was born Dec. 5, 1905-in Nowy Sacz, Poland.

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Chicago Magazine – PMA exhibit one of the 10 attractions to view in Chicago this April!

Chicago Magazine/chicagohotels.org featured our temporary exhibition as one of the “10 events to visit in Chicago this April”!

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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.

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2022 – Year dedicated to Jan Ignacy Lukasiewicz

He was a Polish pharmacist, engineer, businessman and philanthropist. The year 2022 has been designated by the Parliament of the Republic of Poland as the year of Jan Ignacy Lukasiewicz.

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Konstanty Laszczka 64 anniversary of death

Today we remember Konstanty Laszczka, Polish sculptor and artist who died on March 23, 1956, in Poland.

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World Day of Mathematics

UNESCO established a worldwide day of appreciation for the discipline of math featuring this year a special global set of short presentations about mathematics by speakers in 5 languages.

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