Ruvi Perumal, Digital Programs Manager
Ruvi Perumal joined Arts Boston in early 2011 after moving from her hometown of Sydney, Australia. Ruvi has been heavily involved in the arts from age 14 as both an avid performer and marketer. She gained a BCA in Sound Composition and Music Production, with a minor in Graphic Design and New Media from the University of Wollongong where she studied under great composers and producers such as Dr Houston Dunleavy, Greg Schiemer and Tom Ellard (founding member of the highly influential electronica group Severed Heads). She has also gained her Graduate Certificate in Screen and Media Studies, majoring in Animation. Over the past 2 years Ruvani has been a part of leading digital agency Deepend Sydney as Marketing Coordinator, working alongside organisations such as Oxfam, Bell Shakespeare Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Festival and the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Ruvi has lent a hand in the creation of many new media works fusing theatre, opera, dance, motion tracking, film, animation and installation art. She has exhibited her work locally in Australia and is currently a costume designer and animator for the new media opera “The Dancing Mice and the Giants of Flanders” created by Houston Dunleavy and Laura Goodin, which is due to be premiered in 2012. Ruvani is also currently a cellist for the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.