Forbidden Art

Auschwitz Birkenau Museum

The Polish Mission of the Orchard Lake Schools is proud to be the exclusive North American partner organization with the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum for the American tour of the Forbidden Art traveling exhibition.  To learn how you can support the Forbidden Art North American tour, or for more information, contact JJ Przewozniak at (248) 738-6720 or jjprzewozniak@orchardlakeschools.com .

On behalf of the Chancellor-Rector of the Orchard Lake Schools Msgr. Thomas C. Machalski, Vice-Chancellor Tony Koterba, and Polish Mission Chairman Dr. Stan Majewski, all are invited to join us for the upcoming presentation of the Forbidden Art exhibition in Manhattan New York.  The exhibition will be on display from November 8-15 at the Park East Synagogue, located at 163 E 67th St, New York, NY 10021

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