The Romanian Folk Art Museum is celebrating its 30th Anniversary
The Romanian-American League is celebrating its 18th Anniversary
Annual exhibit : Easter Eggs: Traditions and Culture
Current exhibit : Translyvanian Village Interiors
The second largest European folkloric artifacts
collection in the U.S. features costumes, rugs,
pottery, furniture, and a full Transylvanian interior.
It has a Resource center on Romania and the
Romanian immigration. It organized - in
30 years -
more than 100 exhibits in 10 states. It also functions
as a cultural and economic bridge with Romania. A
gift gallery sells contemporary folk art, decorative
arts, furniture, and rugs
.
The Romanian Folk Art Museum is a non-profit organization established in 1983 in Chicago.  
Its starting mission was to preserve and promote Romanian folk culture, and gradually it has
expanded into a resource center about Romania for Americans, a common ground for the
Romanian-American communities, and a cultural and economic promotional center for
Romania.In the last 15 years it focused on promoting  500 hundreds Romanian artisans and,
along with the Romanian-American League, it has been functioning as a bridge with Romania,
developing cultural, educational, and economic promotion projects in US and in Romania.
BECOME A FRIEND OF ROMANIA!  SUPPORT THE WORLD CULTURE !

The museum needs your support, participation and contributions! Become a volunteer or a
member ($50, $25 for newcomers, $10 for students), help popularize the museum and its
programs, help with our programs and by creating new programs and activites, and help
maintain the collection for future generations. For more ways to help, see our
Volunteer/Internships page.
1606 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
609/216-6991
office@romanianculture.us
ro_am_league@yahoo.com
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