Mon, Nov 13|
The Iversen Center(off Cleveland Ave N)
The Legacy of Displacement-Photographic tribute to Polish WWII Survivors in Minnesota exhibition
You are invited to join us for a unique photographic exhibition opening, a heartfelt tribute to Polish WWII Survivors in Minnesota. The event will take place at the University of St. Thomas Iversen Center (entrance off Cleveland Ave, St. Paul)
Time & Location
Nov 13, 2023, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM CST
The Iversen Center(off Cleveland Ave N), 2115 Summit Ave, St Paul, MN 55105, USA
About The Event
We warmly invite you to join us for the opening of "Interrupted Childhood - Polish WWII Survivors in Minnesota," a poignant photographic exhibition that pays tribute to Polish WWII Survivors in Minnesota. This exhibition is part of the Kalejdoskop Polski MN project, dedicated to preserving and honoring Polish immigrants' stories and experiences.
This moving display will be showcased at the Iversen Center of the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul (entrance off Cleveland Ave N) starting on November 13, 2023, and running until December 8, 2023.
Hours: Sunday 9 AM–6 PM Monday 7 AM–10 PM Tuesday 7 AM–10 PM Wednesday 7 AM–10 PM Thursday 7 AM–10 PM Friday 7 AM–10 PM Saturday 9 AM–6 PM
We are thrilled to host the opening on November 13, 2023, from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM. The Council General of the Polish Republic in Chicago, Pawel Zyzak, will join the celebration with other distinguished speakers: Prof. Paul Wojda, Prof. Zsolt Nagy and Prof. Pawel Gavrilyuk and Prof. Katarzyna Litak, M.D. This event promises to be a meaningful gathering as we come together to celebrate the lives and stories of these remarkable individuals. Previously, this exhibition has been displayed at prestigious venues such as the Minnesota State Capitol and the Landmark Center.
Please register to secure your spot and be a part of this significant tribute to the brave Polish WWII refugees who have enriched the fabric of Minnesota's history and culture. We eagerly await your presence at the opening, where we will pay homage to their interrupted childhoods and remarkable journeys.
Parking information: Two parking options are right next to the Iversen Center, accessed off of Cleveland Avenue. The links take you to interactive maps of campus. At 5 PM both ramps are accessible to visitors.