Digital America is an online journal that focuses on digital art and culture. The journal was founded in 2012 when a class at the University of Richmond that happened to be also be called “Digital America” decided to toss the syllabus and focus on creating an online journal for misfit work. Since that small act of academic rebellion, the journal has grown from a student-focused publication to a mature online arts journal with an international audience. Our team publishes issues biannually in November and April.
Over the past decade, our focus remains on work that thrives in the browser frame. We celebrate experimental internet art that may never live in a gallery, and we look for new perspectives on popular culture, digital culture, and art. Each semester we continue to challenge and expand our mission: to provide a welcoming outlet for innovate work in the digital sphere for established and emerging artists alike.