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Moving to Nashville

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I'm a 22 year old female moving from London to Nashville.
Originally I'm from Baton Rouge, studied at an art school in Georgia, and moved to London temporarily after graduation. My visa is running up and I've been offered a good job in Nashville. I hear good things about the city, but I'm a little hesitant on the move because I'm so unfamiliar with the area.
Is there a big arts and culture scene?
From what I've come across online, East Nashville is more of the artsy area. Is this correct? Any suggestions on areas to live? It would be great to be walking/biking distance to areas with galleries, music venues, night life, bars, shops, etc. I'm young so I still like to have fun, but I'm also starting a career, so I would rather a young adult scene rather than college life.
Also, is there a street art culture in Nashville? Not graffiti in terms of tagging, but well done art work.
Any and all advice is helpful.

Thanks!

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