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Arts & Culture

We are a leading supporter of the arts globally.

A Leading Supporter of the Arts Around the World

If you're passionate about the arts and believe they are essential to the health and vitality of our communities, we hope these stories inspire you. Like us, the organizations and people below are committed to promoting arts and culture because investing in the arts improves the quality of life in our cities and towns. As one of the world's leading supporters of the arts, we recognize that beyond intrinsic beauty, the arts can spur urban renewal, attract new businesses, draw tourism and spark innovation. It's a powerful industry that promotes self-expression, elevates our cultural understanding and generates $166.2 billion a year in the U.S. alone.

Museums on Us® Gives Cardholders Free Access to More than 150 Arts and Culture Organizations

May 03, 2013

Bank of America’s Museums on Us® program features many of the most renowned arts, culture and educational institutions in the United States. From New York, Chicago and L.A. to towns such as Windsor Locks, Connecticut, Museums on Us provides a cultural benefit to cardholders nationwide. On the first full weekend of every month, Museums on Us offers Bank of America and Merrill Lynch debit and credit cardholders free admission to more than 150 cultural organizations across 94 cities in 31 states…  learn More about Museums on Us® Gives Cardholders Free Access to More than 150 Arts and Culture Organizations

Five Fine Fillies

The “Five Fine Fillies”: The backstory of the band that never was

May 23, 2013

As we set out to create one of our latest commercials, which are all centered on the idea that “Life’s better when we’re connected,” we didn’t know that we’d help make some great connections along the way. …  learn More about The “Five Fine Fillies”: The backstory of the band that never was

Filling a Void, the National Museum of Mexican Art Reaches Out to Bring Artworks to a Working Class Community Near Chicago

Aug 06, 2012

Until the National Museum of Mexican Art opened its doors twenty-five years ago in Pilsen, the heart of Chicago’s Mexican-American community, there were few places in the U.S. where people could go to experience the full range of Mexican art. And, in particular, there were few museums that were located right in the Latino community and were free of charge and accessible to all…  learn More about Filling a Void, the National Museum of Mexican Art Reaches Out to Bring Artworks to a Working Class Community Near Chicago

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From farm to table, revitalization and conviviality in Detroit

Jul 16, 2012

The economic crisis that hit Detroit in 2008 had a surround sound impact. The auto industry collapsed, crime increased, and residents fled. For those who stuck around the ‘Motor City’ the availability and accessibility of corner markets and grocery stores - among other critical staples for living - diminished…  learn More about From farm to table, revitalization and conviviality in Detroit

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Fostering opportunity with creativity in Boston

Jul 06, 2012

Although one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S., Boston deals with the same urban challenges as any other metropolitan area. In certain neighborhoods where families struggle financially and youth routinely confront the hazards of gangs and drugs, programs like Artists For Humanity stand as beacons of opportunity…  learn More about Fostering opportunity with creativity in Boston




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