If you’re wondering what happened to the East Nashville Art Stroll, the answer is “nothing.” It’s still here; they just renamed it ArtEast, and on Saturday, April 24, this month’s exhibits will be shown at a collection of partnering galleries. At the Art & Invention Gallery (1106 Woodland St.) they’ll be unveiling the exhibit Bell’s Bend: A Sense of Place, which shows works inspired by the beautiful farmlands of Bell’s Bend that are being carefully and, with any luck, tastefully urbanized without losing their rural characteristics. Some of the other galleries include Billups Art (1008-C Woodland St.), featuring the richly designed works of Betty Malo, and Kustom Thrills Tattoo (1000 Main St., Ste. 1070), with HIDE AND GO FREAK, the monstrous creations of Dustin Dirt. There will also be live music at Fanny’s House of Music (1101 Holly St.). The official hours are 6-9 p.m. Check individual galleries for modified hours. Visit www.arteastnashville.info for more details.