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DE222 Honoree: Michael Dudich

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Title: Former Executive Director

Michael Dudich

Workplace: Biggs Museum of American Art

Alma Mater: University of Akron, Ohio

Boards: Delaware Arts Alliance

Q&A: Favorite thing about Delaware? “The genuine welcome you get from everyone you meet.”

Michael Dudich arrived at the Biggs Museum of American Art in 2022, taking over the leading art museum in the state capital of Dover following the retirement of predecessor Charles Guerin. The former deputy director for the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Conn., was no stranger though, having previously served on the Biggs’ board of directors for five years while working at a Washington, D.C., museum. Dudich plans to reinvigorate the Delaware museum that focuses on American Art of the 18th and 19th centuries, and has already struck a major exhibit of Wyeth family artwork spanning three generations. The Biggs Museum will also be examining how to use new facilities after acquiring 15/21 The Green in historic Old Dover.

Editor’s note: The Delaware 222 published in December 2023. Since its publication, Dudich has stepped down from his role at the museum. 

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