Patch Whisky’s work can be seen around Charleston, Detroit, Brooklyn, and Miami. He’s been featured in the New York Times. Basically, he’s a pretty big deal. And on Saturday, you have a chance to see some of his latest work when a new mural is unveiled as part of Redux Revival. The party celebrates Redux’s mission and its patrons with a party to promote the local art scene. “We just really want people to come in to our house, see what we do, see who we are, and just see that we’re not all exhibits. Artists start their careers here; it’s an education space, a community space,” says Stacy Huggins, the executive director. This year’s bash will feature an art yard sale, performances by Steel Rollers, DJ Cassidy, and Hub Cap Annie, and offer food and drink from Roti Rolls, King of Pops, Outta My Huevos, and Holy City Brewing.