Bank of America Art Conservation Project To Restore Global Cultural Treasures in 2011


LONDON.- Bank of America Merrill Lynch has today announced that its 2011 Art Conservation Project is open for applications from arts and cultural institutions. Following the success of the inaugural 2010 project that was launched in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, this major initiative will provide grants to restore cherished art works in order to preserve their cultural value for future generations. Applications are welcome from non-profit cultural institutions across EMEA, the U.S. and Asia Pacific. The deadline for submissions is Thursday, 30 June 2011. This project is part of Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s continuing commitment to supporting arts and culture on an international scale. The company’s programme of support is underpinned by the firm belief that the arts play a crucial role in fostering global cultural awareness and understanding. Rena De Sisto, Global Arts and Culture execute