Roz Dimon is a transplanted southerner to New York City who has been painting with a digital brush for over 30 years after her oil paintings began to fill with pixels. She is the creator of a new form of art and storytelling which she has spoken about at numerous conferences and presentations, including Art Historian and Professor Gail Levin’s Classes at Baruch and an Immersive New Media Conference at Yale University’s CCAM.

A recent commission by The Children’s Museum of Long Island during COVID featured an interactive work she co-created with Latinx children working entirely via ZOOM and was supported by grants from the NEA, NYSFA and IMLS. Another museum commission entailed taking 300 years of history and making it into a single work of art whose story is accessible by all with an iPHONE or iPAD.

Dimon has a piece in the permanent collection of The 9/11 Memorial Museum and is a member of the Carter Burden Gallery in Chelsea, New York City.

Her work was recently featured in one of the first curated shows of NFTs called “NFT NOW” Here solo show of recent LINCOLN drawings was covered by Margaret Hoover of PBS’s Firing Line. 

She is launching a new interactive work soon that she has been working on for four years. It documents a ‘real life’ tragedy that addresses issues of gun violence, mental disability, and drugs in America. 

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America, Independence by Roz Dimon


Attendance is free,
but pre-registration is required.

Artists in attendance are always invited to share their work via screen-sharing.

Salon: 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

Afterparty: After recording stops (1:30-???) – do you want to be on the Techspressionism advisory board? It’s the peeps at the afterparty.

If you would like to share your work via screen-sharing, please arrive at 11:45.



Techspressionist Salons are a time and place in cyberspace where artists gather once a month to hang out, share their work and discuss matters relating to art, philosophy, and technology.

These meetups were conceived as a modern counterpart to the Surrealist salons of the 1920’s, in which artists could meet informally to socialize and discuss ideas. Techspressionism is a 100% volunteer-based international artist community.

The First Techspressionist Salon was held on September 1, 2020, and included artists Colin Goldberg, Patrick Lichty, Steve Miller and Oz Van Rosen, as well as art historian Helen Harrison, Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, the former home and studio of painters Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner. During this first Salon session, the working definition of Techspressionism was decided upon by the participants as: “An artistic approach in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience.”

Artist Davonte Bradley (aka DAVO) proposed the idea of recording the Salons and publishing them on the Techspressionism YouTube Channel, which was implemented starting with Salon #8.

Salons are moderated by a rotating panel of artist volunteers. After the recording ends, artists are welcome to hang out for the afterparty (aka advisory board meeting), in which the topic for the next Salon is decided upon, and other community-related ideas are discussed.