This article traces the twenty-year history of the New York Digital Salon. Started in 1993 to provide an annual venue for digital art images in New York City, it quickly expanded into an international forum for exhibitions, panel discussions, lectures, screenings and a website. In addition to these events, we created a collection of videotaped panel discussions with well-known digital artists and curators from our 2002 Digital Art & Culture Symposium held at the Museum of Modern Art Theatre. From 1995-2002, the artwork was included, along with essays on digital art, in eight issues of Leonardo. A tenth exhibition was held during 2002 at the World Financial Center, along with over twenty events, panel discussions and lectures that were part of the Downtown Arts Festival. In 2013, we celebrated our twentieth anniversary with the “American Algorists: Linear Sublime,” exhibition and catalog featuring Jean Pierre Hebert, Manfred Mohr, Michael Noll, Roman Verostko and Mark Wilson.