Mike Dust (producer/director) is the Head of Interactive Media and Senior Producer at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, an encyclopedic museum that is home to more than 90,000 works of art representing 5,000 years of world history. He has produced and directed documentary films for exhibitions and online projects on the murals of Eugène Delacroix, Japanese Tea Ceremony, the Austrian Habsburg Emperors, Chinese and Japanese Architecture, Chinese Ethnic Minority Cultures, the New Pictures Series on Contemporary Photography, Native American Women Artists and the African Diaspora.

Dust is also the head of the National Projects Film Archive and Library. He has programmed scores of film events over the last two decades, using the collection of historical media for adult education and entertainment in venues across the country.