Earle Mack’s Contributions to the Arts

Earle Mack’s Contributions to the Arts

  • Earle Mack served as Vice Chairman and on the Executive Committee, Alliance for the Arts, (an arts advocacy group in New York City), 2003-2004); Earle Mack served as a Member, (1999 – 2004).
  • Chairman, Arts Rebuild New York, (2001 – 2004).
  • Member, Tisch School of the Arts, New York City, Deans Council, (2000 – 2004).
  • Board Member, Friends of Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, (March 2001 – 2004).
  • Member, Board of Trustees, American Friends of the Paris Opera & Ballet (1994 – 2004); An affiliate of the Association Pour Le Rayonnement De L’Opera De Paris, (1999 -2004).
  • Member, Board of Directors, New York City Ballet, (1987 – 1996 and 1999 – 2004).
  • Member, New York University, Grey Art Gallery Arts Advisory Committee, (1999 – 2003).
  • Advisory Council, Arts, Education and Tourism Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, (2002).
  • Earle Mack presented Judgment at Nuremberg, in association with the National Actors Theatre, (March 2001).
  • Member, Leadership Committee 2001 Smithsonian Folk Life Festival, (2000 – 2001).
  • Member, Board of Directors, the New 42nd Street, (1990 -1991); ex officio,(1996 -1999).
  • Member, Board of Directors, Briansky Ballet School, Saratoga, New York, (1977 – 1996).
  • Co-Chair, Board of Directors, Dance Theatre of Harlem (1988 – 1989); Member, Board of Directors, Dance Theatre of Harlem, New York City, (1986 – 1988).
  • Co-Producer, feature film, Hard Choices, (1984).
  • Member, Executive Committee, National Association of the School of American Ballet, (1980 – 1982).
  • Co-Producer, feature film, She Dances Alone. Winner of Award of Excellence, the Film Advisory Board; Grand Prix, Portugal International Film Festival; Gold Medal, Brussels Film Festival; Cannes Film Festival; LaSemaine de la Critique; Toronto Film Festival; San Francisco Film Festival, (1981).
  • Producer The Children of Theatre Street, a 90-minute documentary film nominated for an Academy Award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, (1977); Cannes Film Festival, (1977) and winner of the Film Advisory Board’s Award of Excellence, (1978).
  • Collaborated with Patricia Barnes on The Children of Theatre Street, a Viking-Penguin publication with introduction by Earle I. Mack and text by Patricia Barnes, (1978).