Forbidden Art at University of Michigan-Dearborn

Welcome to the information page for our partnership with the University of Michigan-Dearborn, for Forbidden Art, presented in North America by The Polish Mission in exclusive cooperation with the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum of Poland.  Please check this page frequently, since updates and related media will be posted here as they come! Forbidden Art was created […]

Join us for the Annual Polish Constitution Day Celebration!

Welcome to the homepage for the 2016 Polish Constitution Day Celebration at The Polish Mission!  This is where you will be able to find the most up-to-date information for all the event details. “Join us for our annual Polish Constitution Day Celebration at the Orchard Lake Schools campus on May 1, 2016! Starting with Polish […]

Next Installment of Polish Mission Webinar Series!

To all the Friends of the Polish Mission, we want to extend an invitation to join us for some of the webinars in the upcoming series!  We have sessions planned for May 4, May 11, May 18 and May 25.  Each webinar costs $15 to attend, and participants will receive access to the recording for […]

What would you do with the “spoils of war?”

Our Polish Mission team has had the pleasure of being introduced to Mr. Bob Wittmann several months ago, and secured him to give a presentation at the Gloria Artis Award Dinner on October 29, 2015 in Orchard Lake, Mich. As a father of a grad from St. Mary’s Preparatory, Mr. Wittmann approached us to ask […]

A Trajectory of Memory

At this place there are many components that go into crafting a rich experience for all visitors, be they local students, or international pilgrims. The variety of natnal museum exhibitions in the blocks testify to that. In select blocks at Auschwitz 1, visitors can learn the specific story of a particular nation’s plight at the […]

New Horizons

Today I had the opportunity to learn more about a stunning new horizon in the museum exhibition field. You may have heard a thing or two about 3-D printing technology. Personally, I know little about the scientific details, so best consult father Google for more information in that regard, but I was introduced to a […]

Moving to block 12

Today, I was introduced to Marta Berecka, head of Educational Projects for the ICEAH (International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust),  in block 12, just next door to my living quarters actually.  Marta works closely with the exhibition department, and together, both departments report to Deputy Director  Andzrej Kacorzyk, with whom I’ll be meeting later in the week. […]