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The Polish Museum of America
984 N. Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642-4101
Telephone: (773) 384-3352
Fax: (773) 384-3799
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Visit us!

Coming Up:

 

In observance of Good Friday and Easter

the Museum and Library

will be OPEN on

Thursday, April 17, 2014 &

will be CLOSED on

Friday, April 18, 2014 &

Sunday, April 20, 2014


 

Unveiling of the renovated and redesigned

POPE JOHN PAUL II

display on the occasion

of his canonization on April 27, 2014

For further details, please call ext. 2102


 

More: PDF


 

Note on contacting museum personnel:

 

Please submit inquiries to PMA@PolishMuseumOfAmerica.org. Library inquiries may be sent to PMALibrary@PolishMuseumOfAmerica.org. To accommodate staff availability, please allow two business days minimum for reply. 

 

To schedule a group tour, please leave a detailed message at (773) 384-3352, ext. 2102 or 2106 (Mon-Fri), or send an email to PMA@PolishMuseumOfAmerica.org, with the subject line: Group Tour request.

Additional information can be found in the Tour Policies & Request form: PDF


 

IMPORTANT Announcements:

Join us on April 15 at the PMA to discuss

The Grasinski Girls by Mary Erdmans,

with discussion leader, Joanna Wojdon,

historian from University of Wrocław, Poland

& Fulbright Scholar at Loyola.

Registration required.

Details & more information: PDF


 

PISANKI & PALM WEAVING WORKSHOPS
Prepare for Easter with the PMA — Saturday, April 12, 2014

 

More: PDF


 

Exhibit runs through April 13th

For more information, click here


 

Details & tickets

Movie trailer

More: PDF


 

 

STATE OF ILLINOIS WILL HONOR GENERAL PULASKI

 

The public is invited to celebrate Pulaski Day on Monday, March 3, 2014, at 10 a.m. in the Sabina P. Logisz Great Hall of The Polish Museum of America (PMA), 984 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. The presence of distinguished leaders of national, state, county, and city government is anticipated, as well as leaders of Polonia. A short program of speakers will take place, concluding with an official wreath laying ceremony at the painting, Pulaski at Savannah, by Stanislaw Kaczor Batowski. Admission is free.

 

More: PDF

Doors open at 9 a.m. Please use new entryway on Augusta Boulevard.

General Museum tours will not be permitted. Museum and PRCUA building will close at 1 p.m.


 

PMA & Chopin Theatre

have the pleasure to invite you for

a Special Benefit Performance

of the spectacular Rose & The Rime

Saturday, March 1st, 3:00 p.m.

Chopin Theatre

1543 W. Division St., Chicago

More: PDF


 

The Polish Museum of America 2014 Pulaski Day Scholarships

 

UPDATE: Scholarship program is now closed.

 

The PMA is pleased to announce The Polish Museum of America Pulaski Day Scholarship Program. The scholarship recipients will be introduced at the annual official State of Illinois Pulaski Day Celebration to be held on Monday, March 3, 2014 in the Sabina P. Logisz Great Hall of the PMA during the 10 a.m. program. The PMA will select two recipients. Each will receive a $1,000 scholarship applicable for the 2014-2015 school year. High school seniors and college students are encouraged to apply. Submissions must be received no later than Tuesday morning, February 25, 2014, by 11 a.m. with no exceptions.

 

More: PDF


 


 

Continued Financial Support from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage PDF

 

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The Mission of The Polish Museum of America, an integral part of the dynamic mosaic of Polish life in Chicago, is to promulgate the rich cultural history of the Polish people by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and displaying materials related to this heritage; and to integrate these resources into appropriate programs, activities, and exhibitions that enrich the intellectual and artistic lives of all members of society.
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