East Nashvillians are supposed to be art savvy, edgy, and hipper than the rest of Nashville, right? (Right!) It’s time our art galleries start reflecting that we’re not all just a bunch of slackers. Talula Gallery is smack in the center of Five Points, but their space is off the beaten path enough to accommodate interesting art without needing to “Sell! Sell! Sell!” everything just to make ends meet. In other words, owners Lindsay Black and Tiffany Dyer can be just as discerning as they’d like to be. This exhibit is a collaboration with Plowhaus Artists’ Cooperative, and they’ve chosen Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) as its theme. Expect spooky, playful and culturally relevant. To top it all off, the gallery space is housed in the same building as Pied Piper Creamery, so it is possible to be served a scoop of Banana Fo Fanna with your art-going experience. Enjoy!