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re/ collection a collection of works by Lilliana Krynska

Liliana Krynska
January 22 through February 6

Opening Reception: January 22nd 4pm – 9pm $10
$10 ticket is also a draw for a piece of Ms. Krynska’s work. Refreshments will be served.

The Exhibit is open during Library hours: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm and Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday, January 29th: 12 – 4 pm
Saturday, February 5th: 10 am – 3 pm

Closing Reception: February 6th: 2pm – 6pm

Originally from Łodz, Poland, Krynska is a young and vibrant artist who began her professional career at Center for Creative Studies in Detroit. After earning her degree in Fine Arts and then spending five years in New York exhibiting her works, she earned her Masters in Art Theory from Goldsmiths College at the University of London.

Drawing on her experiences in communist-era Poland, Liliana creates art that highlights the charged memory of a tragic and complicated time inspired by the still-scarred physical landscape.

She writes, “I use these walls and their broken textures as inspiration for creating a personal visual language, with which I explore and question my own relationship with the past.” Having returned to her childhood in Łodz, today Liliana is a highly sought-after film scenographer in addition to her career as a professional artist.



Welcome Back, Students!

Well, it’s a new semester, a New Year and a time to renew your commitment to your studies. The Library is here to help you with that in many ways. We have new books and magazines, new services such as Inter-library loan that uses your LOCAL library card, called MeLcat, and a fresh attitude to start the New Year.

Let’s make 2011 the best year yet. Dust off your Library card (you know you have it somewhere) and visit your friendly local Librarians. Let’s learn something new together!


Congratulations to Monsignor Kosanke and Father Banazak on their Silver Jubilee!

Thank you for the many years you have blessed us with your ministry.
May God continue to guide and protect you on this journey.

God bless you both,

The staff at the Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library


Creating a Bold New Future

Join us to explore a new global vision built on Sustainability, Spiritual Fulfillment and Social Justice.

Attend the Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium. And come together with conscious, aware people who care about what’s happening in the world, our community and with our families. We’ll look at our biggest challenges Read more . . .

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Registration 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Symposium 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Sacred Heart Catholic Church
18430 Utica Rd. (and Gratiot)
Roseville, MI 48066

Contact: by phone: 248-351-9001
Patty Gillis
or by web:

Click ‘symposium map / find a symposium’

Registration is requested Admission is free.

Free will offering for lunch and beverages.


Frederick Chopin’s 200th Birthday Gala

The Polish Mission of Orchard Lake Schools, in cooperation with the Chopin Foundation of the United States, cordially invites you to a performance by world-renowned concert pianist and winner of 2010 National Chopin Piano Competition- Claire Huangci.


58th Annual OLS Founder’s Day

July 23, 2010An Exceptionally Prestigious Event! For Event and Ticket Information, please or call: 248.683.0530


125th Anniversary Observance

July 22, 2010 – Beginning with Mass at 2 PM. His Excellency Archbishop Allen Henry Vigneron, Celebrant. On-campus Anniversary Banquet follows (ticket required) at 4:30 PM. For More Info, 248.683.0530


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