POLIN Museum hosted the third annual POLIN Meeting Point, a two-week intensive educational program for university students and faculty, which is generously funded by the Nissenbaum Family Foundation. Forty-seven participants from Poland, Germany, Israel, and Ukraine came together last summer to explore the intersection of Jewish history and their national narratives. The thirteen-person faculty came from our partner organizations: University of Konstanz, University of Haifa, University of Warsaw, University of Wrocław, Jagiellonian University, University […]
We are deeply grateful to Tad Taube for his extraordinary generosity and leadership. The newly established Taube Legacy Endowment, a bequest to POLIN Museum, will support two major programs:
The Taube Scholars Program will bring internationally recognized scholars to POLIN Museum, organize the annual Taube Conference, and enable scholars associated with the Museum to present their research at academic gatherings and conferences around the world.
The Taube Family Mayer Kirshenblatt Art Collection will support […]
The unique public-private partnership between the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, and the City of Warsaw did not end with the opening of POLIN Museum. Our public partners support the Museum’s operating costs while the Association continues to fundraise for ongoing programs.
To ensure the long-term sustainability of the Museum and its programming, the Association has launched a critical $50 […]