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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.

Teaming up to save a city’s premier attraction

Oct 31, 2011

In 1981, the mayor of Baltimore, donning a yellow and red striped Victorian-era bathing suit, hopped into the seal tank to kick off the grand opening of the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Since then, it has been the city’s premier attraction…  learn More about Teaming up to save a city’s premier attraction

Two children enjoying the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park.

A grant to the California Academy of Sciences helps create the greenest museum in the world

Nov 08, 2010

Just two years ago, the doors of the new California Academy of Sciences, located in the heart of Golden Gate Park, opened to the public. Following a decade of planning and fundraising, the Renzo Piano–designed museum—which houses an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest, and natural history museum—opened on September 27, 2008…  learn More about A grant to the California Academy of Sciences helps create the greenest museum in the world

Creating a destination theatre: D.C.'s Harman Center for the Arts

Oct 07, 2010

Located in the Penn Quarter, Washington D.C.’s fastest growing business and entertainment district, Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Harman Center for the Arts is a performing arts complex comprising the existing Landsburgh Theatre and the new 775-seat Sidney Harman Hall…  learn More about Creating a destination theatre: D.C.'s Harman Center for the Arts

Queens Theatre in the Park

Queens Theatre in the Park fuels economic growth in local community

Jan 04, 2011

Queens Theatre in the Park is strengthening the economic fabric of the community. Bank of America’s support of arts institutions helps to strengthen the economic fabric of communities across New York City. The Bank has been a partner with Queens Theatre in the Park for 13 years…  learn More about Queens Theatre in the Park fuels economic growth in local community

Charitable “playbook”: Bank of America, Carolina Panthers lend support for library system

Oct 07, 2010

Bank of America has teamed up with the Carolina Panthers to support a season-long fundraising initiative to support the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, which has been hit hard by the economy…  learn More about Charitable “playbook”: Bank of America, Carolina Panthers lend support for library system




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