The Kosciuszko Foundation's Center in Washington D.C. promotes appreciation of Polish heritage in America and encourages cooperation between the United States and Poland.
A showcase for Polish arts and information about Polonia and Poland conveniently located in downtown Washington, DC, the Kosciuszko Foundation's Washington, D.C. Center provides a venue for local Polish-American events through a wide range of activities, including films, concerts, exhibitions, educational programs, publications, and seminars; and uses its website to provide information on activities, collections and topics of interest to those who love and are interested in Poland.
Recently, we had the opportunity to host the talented Polish jazz artist Bogna Kicinska. Please visit the YouTube video here or go to our events section for a little more.
We have an internship program for the fall, spring and summer semesters at our Washington, DC office. These internships are unpaid positions but academic credit is possible. Please consult your college or university's policies on external internship credit. For more information on our internship opportunities, please contact Barbara Bernhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org
MUSEUM OF POLISH ART AND CULTURE
Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM - 4 PM