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Jeffrey Rusch

Performing Arts, 2009



Jeffrey Rusch has been working in design and visual media in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1989. He founded and managed an alternative live/work performance space, 964 Natoma, home to a vibrant underground music scene from 1994 to 2005, that explored the lively convergence of art and technology in San Francisco. He was also the lead visual designer and information architect for the Instructional Technology Program at UC Berkeley, a pioneer in the field of educational technology.

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