Arts & Culture
Bank of America believes the arts matter: they help economies thrive, help individuals connect with each other and across cultures, and educate and enrich societies. We support more than 2,000 visual and performing arts organizations worldwide that provide inspirational and educational sustenance, anchor communities, create jobs, complement school curricula, and generate substantial revenue for local businesses.
We believe the neighborhood playhouse can be just as important as the world class museum or orchestra in its value to the community, in the lives of its citizens, and in the education of its young people. On a global scale, the arts speak to us in a universal language that provides pathways to greater cultural understanding.
ARTS & CULTURE
View our The power of the arts brochure
2019 Art Conservation Project selections
Museums on us
The next eligible weekend is March 7th & 8th
Carnegie Hall, Season Sponsor and NYO-USA supporter
View the National Gallery’s Verrocchio documentary
ART IN OUR COMMUNITIES
Modern Masters: Group f/64
Embracing the personal and economic power of the arts
National Museum of African American History and Culture
Art Conservation Project featured recipients
Art Conservation Project
Preserving and protecting cultural treasures from around the world.Exploreconservation matters
The Bank of America Art Conservation Project provides grants to nonprofit museums to conserve historically or culturally significant works of art that are in danger of degeneration, including works that have been designated as national treasures.
We are now accepting proposals for 2020 grants. The submission period is open through April 30, 2020.
Submit proposals here
For additional information about submitting a proposal, please click here.
Art in our Communities®
Sharing unique exhibitions curated from our art collection with museums across the globe.Exploreexhibitions matter
Making art accessible matters
Museums and nonprofit galleries may borrow complete exhibitions at no cost from the Bank of America Art Collection offering the public the opportunity to see important works of art while at the same time generating vital revenue for these institutions.
Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs
Providing arts and cultural organizations with vital support worldwide.Explorepartnerships matter
We support thousands of organizations, from local, community-based cultural centers to prominent arts institutions, helping them do what they do best.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Museums on Us®
At Bank of America, we believe in the power of the arts. That’s why for the past 23 years, during the first full weekend of every month, Bank of America has offered our valued cardholders free general admission to more than 225 cultural institutions in dozens of cities across the US where our customers live and work.
Who is eligible?
Present your active Bank of America, Merrill or Bank of America Private Bank (U.S. Trust) credit or debit card with photo ID to gain one free general admission to a participating cultural institution. Cardholder only. Check participating cultural institution for operating hours. Excludes ticketed and special exhibitions and fundraising events.
MUSEUMS ON US
The Art Institute of Chicago
When can I go?
With qualifying identification, customers can enjoy free admission on the first full weekend of every month. Sign up for monthly email reminders of eligible weekends.Email me View the 2020 calendar
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Where can I find a museum near me?
(Enter ZIP or city, state e.g. 02110 or Boston, MA)
MUSEUMS ON US
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Explore a full list of participating institutions.View our participant roster
MUSEUMS ON US
Museum of Fine Arts
Photo Credits: ARTS & CULTURE: The Art Institute of Chicago. Griffin Court. Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago. PARTNERSHIPS: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in Ronald K. Brown's Grace. Photo by Paul Kolnik. MUSEUMS ON US: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Caroline Weiss Law Building Exterior. Photo courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Art Institute of Chicago. Michigan Avenue Entrance. Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago; Penny and Jeff Vinik Gallery, The Salon: Americans Abroad in the 19th Century. Photo courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.