Museums

American Writers Museum scheduled to have May opening in Chicago

Date: 
02/26/2017
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When a handful of Washington, D.C., and east coast people began a quest to determine where a to-be-created American Writers Museum (AWM) should be located, probably not many put odds on Chicago…but

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Ola Rondiak's VINOK more than art exhibit: Ukrainian determination despite atrocities - Part I

Date: 
12/28/2016
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The VINOK exhibition at the Ukrainian National Museum is more than an exhibition of art work.

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Ukrainian Folk Tale Exhibit: Don't miss the experience

Date: 
09/28/2016
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Fairy tales in a unique, fun charming exhibit for kids of all ages will be closing October 2 at the Ukrainian National Museum,

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Natalya Bendus-Petrovska exhibition: Ukrainian children's book illustrator

Date: 
09/09/2016
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"…playful fireflies, dragons, innocent children and other spirited beings whose adventure takes us away from the mundane into a world of meadows, skies – the natural and physical worlds of the universe," is how Lydia Tkaczuk, President, Ukrainian National Museum, described the exhibit of Natalya Bendus

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PMA's Annual Duplicate Book Sale to raise funds for 100 year old library

Date: 
07/29/2016
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Many topics are covered in the sea of books in both Polish and English on sale at the Polish Museum of American's (PMA) 2016 Annual Duplicate Book Sale, July 29-31,

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Teacher Fellowship Program Student Exhibition opens at Intuit

Date: 
06/03/2016
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The Teacher Fellowship Program Student Exhibition at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art opens Sat., June 4, with a dance performance

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Oksana Teodorowycz retrospective at Ukrainian National Museum

Date: 
11/17/2015
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A retrospective of Oksana Teodorowycz's work, that began in 1950s, is on display at the Ukrainian National Museum, 2249 W. Superior, thorough Nov. 29. 

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"Apostle of Peace" attracts the community

Date: 
07/20/2015
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The National Ukrainian Museum was stuffed to the brim with people Friday, July 17, for the opening of “Apostle of Peace”. People of all ages waited in anticipation to celebrate the 150th birthday of Metropolitan (Archbishop) Andrei Sheptytsky.

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Polish Museum of America's 2015 Annual Duplicate Book, CD and DVD Sale

Date: 
07/06/2015
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UPDATE:
Sale continues through the end of July!

Hiding behind the scenes at the Polish Museum of American (PMA), in the 99-year-old library, are duplicate books, DVDs and CDs very much in need of new homes.

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U.S Representative Mike Quigley honored at Ukrainian Museum

Date: 
03/25/2015
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U.S Representative of Illinois' 5th District, Mike Quigley was honored at a Ukrainian National Museum (UNM) sold out Awards Dinner Friday evening, Mar. 20.

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Ukrainian traditions expressed by adults and children from Ukraine and Chicago are charming

Date: 
12/17/2014
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Ukrainian heritage is part of both the short run of The Magic of Beads at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA), 2320 W. Chicago Ave., through Dec. 21 and Ethnic Heritage through the Eyes of My Elders. up through Jan. 25, 2015. 

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Learning Christmas traditions brought children and adults to the Polish Museum

Date: 
12/15/2014
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Bringing people together to learn how to make traditional Polish Christmas decorations was also a way for people to connect with their ethnic heritage,

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Traditions of "hot" Ukrainian fashion of the late 1900s

Date: 
10/18/2014
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Regardless of the celebration, it was "hot" to have embroidered garments among contemporary Ukrainians in the mid 1970s to the mid 1990s in Chicago. The A Century of Embroidered Fashion exhibit at the Ukrainian National Museum, 2249 W. Superior St., includes many garments and photos of the times. 

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Retrospective: Maria "Mika" Harasowska-Daczyszyn (1911 - 2000) -- inspirational artist and person at UNM

Date: 
09/22/2014
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With wars part of Maria "Mika" Harasowska-Daczyszyn's life from her birth in Western Ukraine in 1911, her legacy is one of strength, vibrancy and an undying spirit.

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Malgorzata Kot named new director of the Polish Museum of America

Date: 
07/26/2014
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Taking effect on Sept.1, Malgorzata Kot will be the new Managing Director of the  Polish Museum of America (PMA), 958 N. Milwaukee Ave. Selected by the PMA Executive Committee and the Board of Directors from a field of many qualified candidates, Kot has served the PMA Head Librarian for 19 years. 

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Polish Museum of America and Polish Roman Catholic Union debut sparkly new entrance and gift shop

Date: 
01/30/2014
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Unlike many ethnic museums which have closed their doors, the Polish Museum of America (PMA) is opening theirs even wider at 984 N. Milwaukee Ave. (Augusta Blvd and Milwaukee Ave.).

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A must see for fashionestas and antique fashion devotees -- Fashions from the Collection of Tetiana Reynarowych -- Ukrainian National Museum

Date: 
12/17/2013
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Tetiana Reynarowych had passion for all things Ukrainian and believed that it was important to honor and perpetuate knowledge of and use of traditional regional designs. At the same time she had an interest in and passion for American fashion.

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Three Conflicts: freedoms’ struggle through a soldier’s eyes

Date: 
07/06/2013
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A multi-media exhibit at the Ukrainian National Museum, 2249 West Superior St., tells the story of three conflicts (Korea, Vietnam and the Global War on Terror) and three generations of soldiers. All are different, yet very much the same. It will remain open through Aug. 25. 

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Silk Painting: Window into summer by Ukrainian artist

Date: 
05/18/2013
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"Silk Painting: Window into summer” is a one-man-show of works by Oleg Chuyko in the Ukrainian National Museum, 2249 West Superior St.

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Emanuel, Quinn and many other officials honor Casimir Pulaski in Polish Museum of America

Date: 
03/08/2013
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Chicago's  Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Illinois' Governor Patrick Quinn were part of the Pulaski Day Celebrations at the Polish Museum of America (PMA), 984 N. Milwaukee Ave. on Mar. 4. Sharing the day with Chicago's 176th birthday," the celebration included so many officials and representatives of offices and organizations that one speaker questioned whether there was anyone running the State, County or City offices.

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