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Polish Artist Alicja Cetnarowski exhibits in New York

Alicja Cetnarowski creates her one-of-a-kind bronze sculptures through a process based on the lost wax technique. Born in Poland and educated at the University of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Cetnarowski has developed a fascination for the interaction between the soft contours of the human body and the irregular, often abrasive textures of the natural world. …

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New York Remembers the Invasion of Poland and the Start of WW II

From the Polish American Congress Holocaust Documentation Committee: New York Remembers the Invasion of Poland and the Start of WW II Most Americans would likely say World War II began when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. In fact, however, the official date was two years earlier on September 1, 1939. That was the …

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Polish-American cultural events in and around Albany, New York

We will be making occasional posts featuring upcoming Polish-American events in and around the Albany, Schenectady, and Troy, New York areas (as well as elsewhere…) The first is: Last Polka Dance — Picnic for this Season! Sunday Sept. 3, 2006, 3-7 PM featuring the Eddie Forman Orchestra. Polish & American food will be available. Contact …

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