This year the Polish Museum of America is honored to be part of the Polish Heritage Month programs sponsored by the Chicago Public Library. Museum tour guides will be leading tour groups registered through the Chicago Public Library program throughout the month of October.
Join us on October 14th at 6 p.m. as we delve into the captivating life of Madame Ganna Walska, a renowned beauty, opera star, and philanthropist. Discover her enduring legacy, from rebuilding the Royal Castle in Warsaw to owning the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, and creating Lotusland, a stunning
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.
“Conservation of PMA Art Works. Preserving the Past for the Future” we reveal secrets and challenges of the art restoration process.
Part 2 of our video series on Polish Theater in Chicago is presented by Barbara Kozuchowska.
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.