Breaking Barriers and Bridging Histories: A Special Visit by the Schaumburg Township Deaf Social and Support Group to the Polish Museum of America on its 150th Anniversary
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
Academy of Polish Language and Culture (Akademia Języka Polskiego i Kultury im. Marszałka J. Piłsudskiego) and Nicholaus Copernicus Polish School (Polska Szkoła Mikołaja Kopernika) – thank you for your interest in Polish history, culture, and language.
The Polish Museum of America staff visited the Lithuanian Youth Center to experience an immersive VR animation based on Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis' paintings. Čiurlionis has special ties to Poland and the exhibit closes on May 31.
The Polish Museum of America recently met with Erica Griffin, the director of education at the Chicago History Museum, to discuss partnership opportunities for the CHM's exhibition project, Back/Home: Polish Chicago. During the meeting, the PMA staff and CHM explored various strategies for school programs and public and community engagement.
Today is another anniversary of the death of Zdzisław Beksiński - one of the most prominent Polish artists, known primarily for his unique, surrealistic creations.
Today, the PMA was honored to host a delegation from Poland, led by Minister Tomasz Rzymkowski and accompanied by Polish Consul General Paweł Zyzak. The delegation was inspired by the breadth of the collections on display and in storage, and was warmly welcomed by PMA President Richard Owsiany and other
The 7th charity exhibition by Dr. Blazej Lojewski, in support of the School and Educational Center for Blind Children in Laski, was held on February 5th at 3 PM at the Polish Museum in America.