Polish heritage is rich with various folk arts that members and their friends can learn to create for themselves. Workshops are given by Dorothy Kostecka-Wieczerzak, General Secretary of the Association, who has taught Polish folk art courses at the Kosciuszko Foundation in New York City. Everyone is welcome to join us. Check the calendar of events for dates and times, and register by calling the Home Office at (201) 935-2807 or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Traditional Polish Christmas Ornaments
Learn how to make Traditional Polish Christmas Ornaments. Participants are shown how to create fan-drops, white porcupines, and egg-pitchers, which can be hung on a Christmas tree. [See photo gallery of past events]
Wycinanki – Polish Paper Cuttings
The art of wycinanki, or Polish paper cuttings, comes from a centuries-old tradition of decorating peasant huts, especially in the Kurpie and Lowicz regions of Poland. Participants learn methods and techniques to use and adapt to create traditional or even contemporary designs.
Pisanki – Polish Easter Egg Decorating
Learn the intricate steps of creating your own Easter egg masterpieces. Participants are asked to bring their own eggs (uncooked). All other materials will be supplied.