Discover the restoration journey of seven paintings commissioned for the 1939 New York World's Fair in this lecture by the Polish Museum of America and Loyola University Chicago's Polish Studies Program. Explore the intersection of art, history, and cultural heritage as the speakers guide you from Le Moyne College Library
Witness our special visit from Piotr Gliński, Deputy Prime Minister of Poland, at the Polish Museum of America, showcasing our exquisite collections and highlighting our cultural preservation efforts supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Discover the cultural exchange between the Polish Museum of America and the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence, showcasing the rich history of Polish Americans' involvement in Wielkopolska affairs and the establishment of a new Museum of Wielkopolska Uprising 1918-1919 in Poznań.
Discover the exciting visit to the Polish Museum in America by prominent guests from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Consulate General of Poland in Chicago. Explore their insights into the museum's renovation project and its role in the "Polonia Infrastructure 2024" grant competition. Stay connected with us for
The signing of the Treaty of Versailles on June 28th marked the end of World War I, shaping global history, with notable figures like Ignacy Jan Paderewski playing a significant role, and the pen used during the signing now residing at the Polish Museum of America, offering visitors a glimpse
Seven paintings by the Brotherhood of St. Luke have been returned to the National Museum in Warsaw, restoring a piece of Poland's cultural heritage. The Polish Museum of America and Loyola University Chicago recently presented a lecture on the return of these paintings, which were commissioned for the 1939 New