Let's Get Digital with Dillon Dooms

Glitch artist Dillon Dooms hosts Peyton and Zac in his Fayetteville studio to answer the obvious question: What is glitch art? They also discuss the experience of being the new kid on the block, expanding one's toolbox of skills, embracing mistakes, and more.

Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.


Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.

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The Chronology of the Life of Local Artist Dayton Castleman (with a Couple Detours)

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This is the first part of a long conversation Peyton and Zac had with Dayton Castleman, a local artist and art community developer. In this first episode, the guys discuss Dayton's early impressions of NWA and Crystal Bridges, his foray into house galleries, and some of the work he's made since moving here 12 years ago.


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This is part two in our conversation with Dayton Castleman. In this episode we discuss the brain tumor that turned him into an astronaut, the importance of sacraments, and his involvement with the Rogers Experimental House (something that Zac really geeks out about).


The guys wrap up their conversation with Dayton by talking about some of his previous work, including the following: a chopstick bridge, plaster muffins, and a colorful pipe bomb. Dayton also explains the way all people confront and deal with creativity.

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Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.

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The Bentonville Sessions, A Conversation with JD and Julia Byrum About Creating Artful Spaces for Musicians

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Peyton and Zac discuss the creation and evolution of Bentonville Sessions with the creators of Sessions, JD and Julia Byrum. The four talk about why Sessions was started, the importance of developing a music-attending audience, the pros and cons of house shows, and more.


Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.

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Keep up with us on Instagram at @heyheynwapodcast

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