Hutsul Region: The Slavic Atlantis in Former Polish Lands – Huculszczyzna
If you enjoy learning about the culture and history of different regions, then you should definitely watch the film, Hutsul Region: The Slavic Atlantis in Former Polish Lands. This movie is a fascinating exploration of the rich cultural heritage of this region in the Carpathian Mountains.
The PMA and PRCUA was visited
The PMA and PRCUA was visited today by Bishop Piotr Turzynski
Summer farming season theme in PMA Painting
Summer and Fall are for harvest, and winter is for resting. Summer farming season theme in PMA Painting.
Birthday commemoration of the late Stephen Kusmierczak Sr.
Mr. Stephen Kusmierczak Sr. was born on May 23, 1926 in Poland. In 2011, Stephen Kusmierczak Jr. together with his mother, Elizabeth Ann Kusmierczak ceremoniously opened the Fine Arts Gallery in honor of his parents.
Sabina P. Logisz Memorabilia Donation
On May 16, 2022, Marge Kozak, niece of our dear Sabina P. Logisz, visited the PMA.
PMA mourns the passing of Teresa Abick
It is with sadness that the Polish Museum of America informs our members, friends, and supporters of the passing yesterday of Teresa Abick, past Polish National Alliance Vice President.
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”!
The Polish Museum of America mourns the passing of Włodek Zuterek
The Polish Museum of America mourns the passing of Włodek Zuterek, who performed at numerous events and celebrations at the PMA during the past decade. Funeral Mass for the late Włodek Zuterek will be held on Friday, February 18 at 4:30 pm, at St. Ladislaus (5345 Roscoe St., Chicago, IL
Jozef Rapacki – 93 commemoration of death
On this day January 31 we remember Jozef Rapacki, one of the most noted and nostalgic Polish painters. Born March 19, 1871, in Warsaw, Rapacki died Jan. 31, 1929.
The Art of Jan Henryk de Rosen at the PMA
In this episode, we invite you to learn about the most recognizable artifact at the Polish Museum of America (PMA)