On May 8, the Polish Museum of America had the pleasure of hosting Consul Agata Grochowska and delegates from Poland – Senators Maria Koc and Paweł Arndt, on behalf of the Speaker of the Polish Senate Tomasz Grodzki. The distinguished guests met with several members of the Board of Directors
Nia Oke-Famakinde is completing her Arts Internship at the Polish Museum of America, cataloging artifacts and artworks to expand the museum's database. She also handles acquisition duties, conducts research, and assists with organizing events and exhibitions.
During the 7th Chopin in the city festival, the audience was blown away by the talent of The Latin Music Project and Annabelle Shaw, and it was truly an event to remember.
One year on from the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, the conflict shows no signs of abating, and the situation on the ground remains extremely volatile.
86 years ago today, the Museum opened its doors for the first time in the PRCUA Auditorium. Dignitaries from the Polish government, Polish-American organizations, and Chicago officials were all in attendance to celebrate this momentous occasion!
On October 15, 1935, the Polish Museum of America was established by the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America Board of Directors. This is the legacy of legendary Poles who immigrated to America.