This article traces the 20-year history of the New York Digital Salon (NYDS). Initiated in 1993 to provide an annual venue for digita art images in New York City, the NYDS quickly expanded into an international forum for exhibitions, lectures, screenings and a website. The salon also featured panel discussions with well-known digital artists and curators in its 2002 Digital Art & Culture Symposium. From 1995 to 2002, salon artworks and essays were featured in eight issues of Leonardo. In 2013, the salon’s 20th-anniversary celebration included an exhibition and catalog featuring Jean Pierre Hébert, Manfred Mohr, Michael Noll, Roman Verostko and Mark Wilson.

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