L.A. Center for Digital Art
Dear Artists,

Last minute signups ok, lots of space available! 

Opening on October 10. Your name will be added to invite.

I am organizing a group exhibit for October 2019  "OPEN SOURCE" patterned after a series of successful salon style exhibits we have had and we would like to include your work! 

This is an open international exhibit for all artists. We especially encourage those that participate in LACDA calls and competitions,  plus any and all friends and colleagues. LACDA creates the prints, referrals are most welcome. 

Participating artists please check the invitation below for corrections or omissions. New participants will be added, there is still plenty of room.

News of the exhibit will be distributed to our email list of over 15,000 to our network of curators, critics and our considerable social media outlets.  

The Opening Reception will continue our series of well attended Saturday openings which have been successful at drawing a more specialized art crowd. The exhibit will also have a lively Downtown L.A. Art Walk preview on the Thursday prior to the opening. 

The exhibit will take place in our largest gallery area and features artists focused on digital art and photography. This program raises funds for gallery operations, we rely on these exhibits for our sustainability. 

Exhibit dates: October 10- November 2, 2019
Artists' Reception: October 12, 6-9pm
Artwalk Preview: October 10, 7-9pm

Images of previous salon stye exhibits can be found here:

January 2018

Other earlier shows:

Our very first Salon style exhibit:

How it works:
Each artist has us do one or more prints for the show at the uniform paper size of 44"x34"  ( new larger 40"x30" image area with  2" margin/trim area) on your choice of luster, gloss or semi-matte at $145 per print. 

All are Premium Epson papers and of the highest archival quality. Having us do the prints is mandatory, as well as the standardized size (which allows for the successful overall design  of the exhibit.

We will try to show as many artists as possible, so the show will be a salon style hanging, one work atop another vertically double and triple hung. Work is for sale and the artists receive 50% commission. Prints remaining can be shipped at nominal cost to artist.

No limit on number of prints an artist can show, but space is limited to about 50 prints. Space is reserved when funds are received. Both tall and wide aspect images are welcome. 

Instructions for Participation:

Two easy steps:

1) Send funds via PayPal for your prints here:

Please include your shipping address with your information

Outside California $145.00 USD per print      
CA Residents add 9.5% tax; $158.76 USD per print

2) Upload your images here: http://lacda.com/upload.html 

Name your file as follows indicating name and type of paper: 

For multiple images: Jeff_Koons_luster1.psd  Jeff_Koons_luster2.psd  Jeff_Koons_luster3.psd

The exhibit is artist curated. We review images you select and may collaborate further on that.

Any file type, color space printable from Photoshop is fine. JPEG files are great. Send us the best image you have, we do the rest. Max image area is 30x40. Don't worry, if there is an issue we will fix it. We will get the titles, prices, etc. later in another email.

Please respond soon, even with newly added space this will fill quickly and we will need all of the files in for printing in well in advance of the exhibit. 

Thanks so much for all of your support and taking part in this exciting endeavor!


Rex Bruce
Los Angeles Center For Digital Art
104 East Fourth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

"Open Source"

Oct 10 - Nov 2, 2019

Artists' Reception:
October 12, 6-9pm

Artwalk Preview:
October 10, 7-9pm

LACDA is about participation!
Los Angeles Center For Digital Art is dedicated to the vast panorama of hybrid forms of art and technology that constitute our moment in culture. We are committed to supporting local, international, emerging and established artists through exposure in our gallery. We have an ongoing schedule of exhibits and competitions, produce editions of wide format archival prints, and collaborate in the production of digital artworks in our studio. As well we are involved with curating digital exhibits at institutions and festivals outside of the LACDA gallery schedule.