Bring your funky side out to Redux Contemporary Art Center for their inaugural all-day arts extravaganza dubbed the Recurring Revival. Featuring a neon installation by artist Keith W.C. Lemley, the Recurring Revival will shake things up with hands-on art workshops, live graffiti and screenprinting (bring along a white T-shirt for a free piece of art), face painting, food vendors, and a raffle. “This is a much needed fundraiser and friendraiser for Redux on its 10th anniversary,” says Director of Development Stephanie Coakley. “We are in need of community participation more than ever in order to celebrate another 10 years of Redux exhibitions, art classes, and workshops.” Beginning at 11 a.m., local musicians will be jamming all day long, like Rachel Kate Gillon, the V-Tones, Bill Carson, Stephanie Underhill, Guam, Yes Yes Michael Ersing, Lindsay Holler, Forest Tourist, Where Are the Big People?, and Southern Femisphere. DJ sets from Party Dad and Lanatron will also keep the fun going until 11 p.m. Food trucks like Tokyo Crepes, Pot Kettle Black, and Strada Cucina will be parked in the lot next to the studio on St. Philip Street with food and drinks available all day and night. With artists on hand to answer questions and discuss their art, visitors will get the chance to learn more about Charleston’s thriving contemporary art scene.