City Game “Poles and Americans – 100 Years Together” Generates Excitement about Polish-American Shared History

On December 8th, the U.S. Consulate General in Krakow organized “Poles and Americans – 100 Years Together”, a scavenger hunt-type City Game, highlighting the centennial of U.S.-Polish relations. Over 70 participants turned out on Saturday for a team building activity where players had to find hidden places and complete designated tasks, by using a series ...
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The Results of My America Summer Work Travel Photo Contest 2018

  We are pleased to announce the winner and finalists of the 2018 edition of the My America photo contest for participants of the Summer Work Travel program. All photos can be seen HERE Winner – Bogusz Kluz “Have you ever been on Mars?” The other finalists include the following photos (names as given by participants) ...
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Embassy Celebrates 100 Years Together with “Polish Fantasy” at Ateneum Theater in Warsaw

As part of the U.S. Embassy’s yearlong celebrations of 100 Lat Razem (100 Years Together) marking Poland’s rebirth 100 years ago and American support, Deputy Chief of Mission Eric Green attended the English language premiere of the play “Polish Fantasy” at the historic Ateneum Theater in downtown Warsaw on December 1.  Created especially by the ...
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Hoover, Paderewski, Opole – “100 Years Together” Concert

In a celebration of the memory of President Herbert Hoover and his friendship with Ignacy Paderewski, American pianist, Neal Larrabee, performed at the Opole Philharmonic at an event organized by the U.S. Consulate in Krakow and the Alumni Association in partnership with the Opole province on December 1. The concert was part of the U.S. ...
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Embassy Supports Paderewski Birthday Concert at National Museum in Otwock Wielki

As part of its continuing, nationwide 100 Lat Razem (100 Years Together) initiative to honor Poland’s rebirth in 1918 and American support, the Embassy is sponsoring the Paderewski Birthday Concert to be held at 3:00 pm on November 18 at the Muzeum Wnętrz in Otwock Wielki.  Thanks to the Otwock Wielki branch of the National Museum of Warsaw, ...
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Ambassador Mosbacher Hosts Evening of Historic Jazz as Part of 100 Lat Razem Celebrations

As part of the U.S. Embassy’s yearlong celebrations of 100 Lat Razem (100 Years Together) marking Poland’s rebirth 100 years ago and American support, Ambassador Georgette Mosbacher hosted a festive evening of historic jazz at her residence in Warsaw for an audience of special guests that included the Ministers of Digital Affairs and Maritime Economy, ...
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Embassy Supports Oct. 20 Women for Paderewski Concert as Part of 100 Lat Razem Initiative

As part of its ongoing, nationwide 100 Lat Razem initiative to honor Poland’s rebirth in 1918 and the support provided by the United States, the Embassy is supporting the Women for Paderewski concert to be held at 11:00 on October 20 at the Fine Arts Academy Scenography Department.  The concert will feature performances by three ...
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Embassy Supports International Conference on Women’s Art in Gdańsk on October 19

The American Corner and National Museum in Gdańsk are delighted to invite you to attend the international conference Women’s Art – Photography as a Medium of Change which the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk will host on Friday, October 19.  The conference will discuss the importance of photography in feminist art in the 20th ...
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URBANATOR DAYS 2018 Inspires Polish Youth in Łódź and Warsaw

The Embassy once again proudly supported the vibrant Polish-American music project URBANATOR DAYS, a unique opportunity for Poland’s artistically talented youth to unveil their musical skills on stage with top professional jazz musicians from Poland, Europe and the United States.  Thanks to URBANATOR DAYS 2018, a project led by Poland’s world-renowned jazz musician Michał Urbaniak, ...
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The Big Lubuskie Trip

From October 3-5, Assistant Cultural Affairs Attache Scott Whitmore traveled through the Lubuskie Voivodeship for the U.S. Embassy’s 100 years/100 cities and towns outreach effort as part of our Sto Lat Razem campaign.  Stops included school visits to Lubniewice, Sulęcin and Różanki for presentations on U.S. and Polish cooperation over the past 100 years and ...
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Embassy Supports Słupsk Philharmonic’s Centennial Celebration of American Music

On November 23 in Słupsk the Wojciech Kilar Polish Philharmonic Sinfonia Baltica will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the composer Leonard Bernstein’s birth with a special concert of American music.  The Bernstein concert – one in a planned series of classical American music concerts – is also dedicated to the centennial of Poland’s rebirth as ...
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Americans Roxy Coss and Lauren Sevian to perform at Sopot Jazz Festival

The Embassy is pleased to support the 2018 Sopot Jazz Festival, one of the oldest jazz festivals in Poland, that runs from October 4-6.  Two renowned American saxophonists, Roxy Coss and Lauren Sevian, will perform at the festival.  Musician, composer, bandleader, educator and activist Roxy Coss has performed extensively around the world, including headlining at ...
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The Urbanator is Back in Town!

The Embassy is pleased to once again support the Polish – American music project URBANATOR DAYS, a unique opportunity for musical youth to unveil their talent on stage with top professional jazz musicians from Poland, Europe and the United States. The project will include music workshops on Thursday, September 27 and a concert by Michal ...
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Cultural Attaché Supports Embassy and Fulbright Mentorship Program for High School Students

On August 31, 2018 Cultural Attaché Dan Hastings met with the mentees of the EducationUSA Advisory Program. The students came to Warsaw from all over Poland for a training related to preparing their successful application to universities and colleges in the United States. The high school mentorship program was prepared by the U.S. Embassy in cooperation ...
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U.S. Embassy Supports Singer Festival Opening at Royal Łazienki Park and Nożyk Synagogue

On August 26th the 15th edition of the Warsaw Jewish Culture Festival named after Polish-American Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer kicked off with two fabulous musicial performances.  On the stage of the Theater on the Water in Royal Łazienki Park, superstar Israeli-American songwriter and guitarist David Broza gave a solo performance (and then played with ...
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American – Israeli Star Composer to Open Isaac Bashevis Singer Festival in Warsaw

To mark the fifteenth anniversary of the Singer Festival, the famous Israeli – American guitarist David Broza will appear for the first time in Poland for a solo concert at the On the Water Theater at the Royal Lazienki Park. A multi-platinum artist, who performs in Hebrew, Spanish, English, and Arabic, Broza is well known for his ...
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My America: 2018 Summer Work Travel Photo Contest

The U.S. Mission to Poland is excited to announce the 2018 edition of the “My America: Summer Work Travel” photo contest.  We invite Polish Summer Work Travel participants to submit photographs that highlight their experience in America.  Photographs may focus on the natural environment, culture, people, or places in the United States, among other subjects.  ...
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American Center Warsaw and the U.S. Embassy Celebrate July 4th in Warsaw!

On July 7, a perfect summer Saturday, the U.S. Embassy Warsaw, American Center Warsaw and Dom Spotkan z Historia (History Meeting House, DSH) jointly organized a public event in downtown Warsaw, celebrating both July 4th and the centennial of Poland regaining its independence.  The picnic took place in the historic center of Warsaw and attracted over 8,000 ...
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American Duo Performs Finale at Zachor Festival of Jewish Culture in Białystok

On June 19 in Białystok, the American duo Elizabeth Schwartz and Peter Stan from New York performed the grand finale at the closing gala of the 11th edition of the Zachor Festival of Jewish Culture.  The Zachor Festival, which took place this year from June 16-19, celebrates the rich Jewish cultural heritage in northeastern Poland.  It was ...
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U.S. Embassy Supports Ziemia Słupska 2018 Folklore Festival in Słupsk

On June 17 the City of Słupsk held its second edition of “Ziemia Słupska,” a popular and colorful festival of folklore groups that the U.S. Embassy helped to support.  The festival featured 21 musical folk ensembles that performed music from various regions.  The festival also included sounds and sights from America, with the Huu-Ska Luta ...
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U.S. Musicians to Perform at 11th Annual Zachor Jewish Culture Festival in Białystok

The 11th edition of Zachor Festival of Jewish Culture will take place in Białystok, Poland from June 16-19.  This year’s festival, “Zachor – Color and Sound,” will present three performers from the United States.  On Monday, June 18, the vocalist and guitar player Gerard Edery ( https://www.gerardedery.com ) will perform a concert of Sephardic songs with ...
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Arts Incubator Program Successfully Concludes with Exhibition at Copernicus Science Center

On May 11, the award-winning American artist Amy Karle and participants of the first ever Arts Incubator program in Poland presented their final exhibition – Layers of Life – at the internationally acclaimed Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.  The exhibition, which runs through May 27 in the Copernicus Center Pavilion located on the banks of the Vistula River – ...
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U.S. Fulbright Fellow Delights Poznań Public with Ode to Chopin and the Beatles

Last last month in the city of Poznań, U.S. Fulbright Fellow, visiting professor, and accomplished pianist Pamela Howland gave the latest of her captivating public performances throughout Poland on “Chopin Meets the Beatles:  Songs of Love, Loss & Longing.”  Appearing at the Stary Browar mall in Poznan as the guest of Poznań’s Adam Mickiewicz University, ...
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Embassy Supports American Day at “Various Varsovians” Festival in Warsaw

On April 26, the local organization Dom Kultury Śródmieście featured an “American Day” as part of a series of meetings held during the “Various Varsovians” Festival in Warsaw that is designed to highlight the international diversity of Warsaw.  The Festival highlighted various communities of foreigners who have settled in Warsaw and showed how they work ...
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American Artist and Copernicus Science Center Launch First Arts Incubator Program in Poland

On April 26, the award-winning American artist Amy Karle officially launched the first ever Arts Incubator program in Poland.  Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and hosted by the internationally acclaimed Copernicus Science Center, the Arts Incubator program is an international cultural exchange initiative that sends distinguished American artists abroad to partner with local ...
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US Air Force in Europe Band Continues National Tour of Poland with Visit to Grudziądz

On April 24 the Jazz Ambassadors from the visiting U.S. Air Force Europe (USAFE) Band visited Grudziądz where they delighted 200 hundred spectators with Big Band and jazz classics before holding a spontaneous jam session with local residents after the show.  The 14 male and female musicians played a range of jazz classics from American greats like ...
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USAFE Band Enchants Audiences at Warsaw’s Łazienki Park and Local School for Visually Impaired

On April 21 at the exquisite Royal Łazienki Theater in Warsaw’s Łazienki Park, the Jazz Ambassadors from the visiting U.S. Air Force Europe (USAFE) Band delighted 200 spectators with American music classics.  The 14 male and female musicians played and sang Big Band music, Glen Miller originals, Ella Fitzgerald masterpieces and contemporary jazz composed by ...
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U.S. Embassy and Copernicus Science Center to Launch American Arts Incubator in Poland

The U.S. Embassy is proud to partner with the acclaimed Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw to host the first ever American Arts Incubator (AAI) in Poland during April and May.  AAI is an international cultural exchange initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and ZERO1 that sends distinguished American artists abroad to partner with local community members and ...
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Embassy Celebrates Women’s History Month with Warsaw University Student Association

On March 27 CAO Dan Hastings spoke at this year’s inaugural event of the Prawie Kino, a project run by the Independent Students’ Association of the University of Warsaw.  To celebrate Women’s History Month the Embassy partnered with Prawie Kino to sponsor a special screening of the iconic Color Purple by Steven Spielberg featuring Oprah ...
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Embassy Proudly Sponsors the 22nd Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival

On March 20th in Warsaw at Poland’s National Philharmonic, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra gave a sterling performance honoring the lives and works of the great American composers Samuel Barber, George Gershwin and Leonard Bernstein during the 22nd edition of the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival.  They also honored one of Poland’s greatest composers Krzysztof Penderecki, ...
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Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra to Perform for the First Time in Poland!

The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce the imminent arrival in Poland of the New York-based Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra to participate in the 22nd edition of the Ludwig Van Beethoven Easter Festival.  Held in cities throughout Poland from March 16-30, this year’s dynamic Beethoven Easter Festival will commemorate the anniversaries of two great American composers:  ...
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Ambassador Jones Hosts Holiday Jazz Concert at His Residence

On December 14 Ambassador Jones ushered in the holiday season at his residence in Warsaw by hosting a festive jazz concert for distinguished guests from Poland’s cultural world.  The convivial evening began with outstanding performances by students from the Bednarska Jazz College of Poland’s Frederic Chopin State Music School accompanied by the Chicago-born Polish-American vocalist ...
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Second Lady Karen Pence Unveils the Christmas Decorations at the Vice President’s Residence

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Second Lady December 4, 2017 Washington, DC—Second Lady Karen Pence continues the tradition of decorating the Vice President’s Residence for the Christmas season. This year’s theme is “Make the Season Bright” with metallic ornaments, stars, and candles throughout the residence.  There are four Christmas trees on the main floor, ...
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Announcing Winners of My America Summer Work Travel Photo Contest 2017

We are pleased to announce the winners and finalists of the 2017 edition of the My America photo contest for participants of the Summer Work Travel program. First Prize – Michał Binkiewicz “Wanderer on the road” Second Prize – Karolina Centkowska “Monumental Friendship” Third Prize – Bogusz Kluz “The biggest” The other finalists include the ...
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United States Returns Stolen Piece of Art to Poland

On November 29 at Poland’s Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Ambassador Jones and personnel from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Art Crime Team returned to Poland a stolen painting from the United States.  Painted in the late 19th century by the Polish artist Robert Sliwiński (1840-1902), the “Street with Castle Ruins” was located in ...
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Embassy and Łódź Honor the Life of African-American Shakespearean Actor Ira Aldridge

In early November, the US Embassy joined celebrations organized by the University of Łódż to honor the life and accomplishments of the African-American Shakespearean Actor Ira Aldridge who died while performing in Łódż 150 years ago.  Born in New York City, Aldridge was an American and later British stage actor and playwright who achieved acclaim ...
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U.S. Embassy Sponsors Film Director David Lynch Art Exhibition in Torun

As part of its longstanding support for Poland’s acclaimed Camerimage Festival that celebrates the art of cinematography, the U.S. Embassy proudly contributed again, this time to bringing to Torun, Poland a personal art exhibition of the famous American film director and global cultural icon David Lynch.  The director of acclaimed films and TV productions such ...
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US Embassy and American Center Warsaw Co-Sponsor “From Poland with Love” Exhibition

Photo: Public Affairs Counselor Frank Finver attends the opening of the “From Poland with Love” exhibition. On October 18 the US Embassy’s Public Affairs Counselor Frank Finver attended the opening of the “From Poland with Love” exhibition curated by the Dom Spotkań z Historią in Warsaw.  The event, which included a screening of the short ...
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May-June Zoom in on America

American photographer Gordon Parks (1912-2006) began his career in Farm Security Administration, and then worked for „Vogue” and „Life” magazines. Apart from photography, he was a film director, and a writer. His artistic motto was: “I Use My Camera as a Weapon”. This issue of Zoom in on America is about his life and the ...
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U.S. Embassy Donated English Language Books to School in Redzikowo

On June 14, 2017 the U.S. Embassy Warsaw donated to the Zespół Szkół in Redzikowo about 500 English language books for young readers on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense.  U.S. servicemen from the nearby military base in Redzikowo joined the Embassy’s Counselor of Public Affairs, Christopher Midura, in a ceremony at the school ...
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Independent Students’ Association to Host 3rd Annual Film Festival from June 15-17

From June 15-17, Prawie Kino, a project by the Independent Students’ Association, is sponsoring a three-day film festival in the Small Courtyard at the University of Warsaw (ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 24). The event begins daily at 21:00. The film festival will showcase masterpieces of world cinema, along with contemporary titles. The three days of the ...
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Students Honored for Winning the “Connecting People to Nature” Poster Competition

On Monday June 5th U.S. Embassy Warsaw hosted an award ceremony for students and their parents from four different Polish schools honoring the students for their winning poster designs for the “Connecting People to Nature” poster competition.  The students created posters reflecting the importance of protecting nature and caring about our planet. The goal of ...
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Coming to Trojmiasto: Memphis in Poland Festival Celebrating American Culture and Civil Rights

The Memphis in Poland Festival is the second part of an international cultural festival which honored Polish culture in Tennessee in 2015 and will now honor American Culture and Civil Rights in Trojmiasto June 12-18. The festival will feature a concert on June 17 at Opera Lesna which will include Polish and American blues and ...
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Expert Panel on 100th Anniversary of Kennedy’s Birth

The U.S. Embassy’s American Center in Warsaw will host a panel discussion on President John F. Kennedy’s legacy on Monday, May 29, at 5:00 p.m. at the History Meeting House (ul. Karowa 20, Warsaw). The expert panel will feature former Polish Prime Minister Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz, Professor Zbigniew Lewicki of the University of Warsaw and Cardinal ...
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Manhattan Transfer Pianist Headlines 10th Jewish Culture Festival in Bialystok

New York-based pianist, arranger, composer, and producer Yaron Gershovsky is coming back to perform at the 2017 Zachor Festival of Jewish Culture in Białystok.  Co-organized by the local Citizen Education Center, the event  celebrates rich Jewish cultural heritage of the region. The Embassy is a proud sponsor of the gala A graduate of Berklee College ...
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Oscar of the Polish Museums: U.S. Embassy Sponsored Frank Stella Exhibition Wins “Sybilla” Award

The Polish Ministry of Culture awarded the U.S. Embassy-sponsored Museum exhibition Frank Stella and Synagogues of Historic Poland the Sybilla award for “Exhibition of the Year 2016” during the Ministry’s 37th annual awards banquet honoring the achievements of Polish museums and public collections on May 16, 2017.  The Sybilla awards are considered the equivalent of ...
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“American Visionary: John F. Kennedy’s Life and Times” – New Photo Exhibition

Senator John F. Kennedy from Massachusetts, 1957. (Photo Philippe Halsman/Magnum Photos) A new exhibition commemorating President John F. Kennedy’s life and work will be on view at the History Meeting House from May 20 through June 18. “American Visionary: John F. Kennedy’s Life and Times” is one of the most exhaustively researched collections of Kennedy ...
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Women’s History Month: U.S. Embassy Produced Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling

To commemorate International Women’s History Month, the U.S. Embassy Warsaw held a pair of staged readings of Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling on March 29th, 2017, at Teatr Polski Arnold Szyfman Theatre in its original language, English.  The performance consisted of an all-female cast of Embassy employees, Poles and Americans, some of whom are theater ...
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Recycle Trash Artist Dianna Cohen Visits Poland

American visual artist and environmental protection activist Dianna Cohen visited Poland March 20-26 for a series of meetings with art institutions and environmental activists in Kraków, Katowice, Radom and Warsaw. Ms. Cohen’s art creatively repurposes recycled plastic bags as a way to eliminate single-use plastics and to limit her plastic “footprint” on the environment. Ms. Cohen ...
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Deputy Press Attaches Meets Students in Gdynia and Explains the Electoral College

The third High School in Gdynia invited Deputy Press Attache Stephen Dreikorn to deliver a presentation about the Electoral College. Dreikorn explained the history of the electoral college as well as some of its idiosyncrasies over the past 200 years. Following the presentation, Dreikorn answered questions on variety of subjects, including American politics, life as ...
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November Zoom in on America

The November issue of Zoom in on America features Colorado, “The Centennial State.” The origins of the name and nickname of the state are explained alongside other interesting facts about Colorado, the Capitol building, the ancient dwelling place – Messa Verde and many other.  You will find a little Colorado quiz and Activity Page with Reading ...
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U.S. Embassy Promotes Baseball in Miejska Gorka

On Monday July 25, 2016, Deputy Press Attaché Stephen Dreikorn threw the first pitch and addressed about 200 fans at Poland’s first game in the European Baseball Championship C-Pool Qualifier in Miejska Gorka, Poland.  Dreikorn explained that U.S.-Polish relations are robust and include sports, education, and culture as well as trade and military partnerships.  Embassy ...
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Robert Dawson Presentation in Warsaw: The Global Library Project

On July 25th, U.S. Photographer Robert Dawson, Professor of Photography at Stanford University, had an enthusiastically received presentation of his Global Library Project: A Photographic Essay at Warsaw’s Main Public Library and the future host the upcoming American Corner Warsaw. The audience consisted of close to 80 Polish librarians, photographers and Warsaw libraries patrons. PAO Christopher Midura ...
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New Issue of Zoom in on America

The July-August 2016 issue of Zoom in on America is about summer work. Many students in America decide to take a job during the summer. There is also a program for international students who want to work and travel in the USA during their holidays. The latest issue   (PDF 1,97 Mb).   Read more  about Zoom in on America  ...
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Ambassador Jones Gives Shout-out to U.S. Embassy Support for Marcin Gortat Camps

Ambassador Jones visited Washington Wizards star Marcin Gortat’s youth basketball camp in Piaseczno on June 22.  The Ambassador met with student athletes and their parents.  While in Krakow, Marcin Gortat and his MG 13 Foundation organized camps for young basketball players, including children in wheelchairs. The Polish Wheelchair Basketball Team joined the training, which was ...
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American Group to Appear at Zachor Festival of Jewish Culture in Białystok

Four musicians from the famous 6/13 group  will make their first appearance in Poland during the closing gala of the Festival of Jewish Culture Zachor in Białystok . The group will also meet aspiring musicians prior to the concert. The 9th rendition of the festival, set to take place between June 18-21, 2016 has been jointly organized by the Center for Citizenship ...
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American Photo Legends in Lodz

The Embassy is a proud sponsor of the 15th  International Festival of Photography in Lodz. This year’s edition, lead again by the artistic director Alison Nordström, former curator of George Eastman House, will include works by two prominent figures of American photography: Robert Rauschenberg, one of the creators of pop-art, and David  Seymour or CHIM, ...
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My America: Summer Work Travel Photo Contest 2016

A NEW EDITION OF “MY AMERICA” PHOTO CONTEST U.S. Embassy Warsaw and U.S. Consulate General Krakow are pleased to announce a new edition of the “My America: Summer Work Travel Photo Contest.” We invite Summer Work Travel participants from Poland to submit photographs that highlight their experience in America. Photographs may focus on the natural ...
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Contests on Zoom in on America in Southern Poland

March and April are the months when trivia contests are held based on the material in the U.S. Consulate monthly publication Zoom in on America ( www.usinfo.pl/zoom ). This year’s contests were organized at the America@YourLibrary in Kielce, The John Paul II High School in Niepołomice, the American Corner in Wroclaw, the Jan Heweliusz High School ...
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„Queen Mimi” Screening at Koszykowa Library

„Queen Mimi” Screening at Koszykowa Library In cooperation with the American Film Festival and the Public Library at Koszykowa, we are pleased to invite you to an event honoring Women’s History Month. On Wednesday, March 23rd, we will be screening an award winning documentary  by Yaniv Rokah, “Queen Mimi” (USA, 2015, 75 min with Polish ...
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New Executive Director at the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission in Warsaw

In cooperation with the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the U.S. Embassy, the Board of Directors of the Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission has appointed Ms. Justyna Janiszewska as the Executive Director of the Commission. Ms. Janiszewska will assume duties May 1.   Prior to becoming the Executive Director of the Polish-American Fulbright Commission, Ms. Janiszewska ...
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Summer Work Travel Photo Exhibit Opens in Krakow

Consul General Walter Braunohler and Krakow Pedagogical University Deputy Rector Kazimierz Karolczak opened an impressive photographic exhibit showcasing the 25 finalist photos of the 2015 Summer Work Travel Photo (SWT) Contest, which U.S. Consulate Krakow and U.S. Embassy Warsaw jointly organized in fall 2015.  The opening gathered over 200 university students and faculty.  The aim of ...
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National Symphony Orchestra Performs in Warsaw

Under the leadership of renowned Music Director Christoph Eschenbach, the National Symphony Orchestra performed February 19 at the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera.  The program included “Adagio” for strings from Krzysztof Penderecki’s Symphony No. 3, Antonín Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B minor Op. 104, and Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 in A major ...
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Consulate Krakow: Pol/Econ Officer Andrew Caruso Speaks at Tarnobrzeg School

Political-Economic Officer Andrew Caruso gave a speech on New York City to middle-school students who participated in the Manhattan: 3 Dimensions competition in Tarnobrzeg, south-east Poland.  The February 4th event marked the end of a school semester-long competition covering three disciplines: information and multimedia, art and geography, and literature.  The contest originated by a teacher of ...
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