KF Online Programs
As pandemic related lockdown continues, and rules of social distancing redefine our daily activities and interactions, the Foundation’s work continues.
It is my pleasure to announce that the Kosciuszko Foundation opens its largest worldwide Chapter, the online platform: Staying Connected, which makes it possible for you to view and participate in our cultural and educational events no matter where you live or work.
I hope that you’ll enjoy and learn something new from the conversations with prominent public figures, discussions and lectures by distinguished scholars, authors, and leading experts, as well as music performances that are to be streamed via Foundation’s social media channels.
Today, we begin with introducing the Kosciuszko Foundation Impromptu Series that will feature talks with established Polish and Polish-American artists. Please go to www.thekf.org and click on Staying Connected to view the series’ first episode – the conversation with Agnieszka Holland, one of Poland’s most prominent filmmakers, hosted by KF Washington D.C. Center Director Barbara Bernhardt. (Or you can view the episode on the Post Eagle’s homepage – bottom left – in our VIDEO GALLERY. – 2nd video)
Please, stay tuned to our website and social media channels for updates and announcements, and please support the Foundation by becoming a member. Any contribution you can make is greatly appreciated.
Stay well and… Stay Connected with the Kosciuszko Foundation!
President and Executive Director
- Wednesday, May 13 – Impromptu Series – Conversation with Krzysztof Jabłoński, laureate of 1985 F. Chopin International Piano Competition in Warsaw, Poland,
- Friday, May 15 – Quarantine Jazz Concert Series – Alexander Debicz, piano,
- Thursday, May 28, 1:00 p.m. – Tadeusz Kantor and the Polish Avant-Garde Theatre: What They Have to Say to Us Today – a lecture by Krystyna Lipinska Illakowicz, Ph.D., Yale University and Kathleen Cioffi, Princeton University Press.