Yikes, zombies! What an appropriate month to feature ghoulish art. This October, the Olive Gallery will display the new works of Patrick Giroux, Rachel James, and Adam Jeffers. These three printmakers have come together to create a show influenced by watching hours and hours of cheesy horror flicks-zombie movies in particular. Patrick will be featuring his screen prints. Rachel will show her etchings, and Adam works in various printmaking techniques. This show is sure to tickle your funny bone!! Davan will provide music for opening night. And we are very excited to announce that Andiy Sullivan will BREATH FIRE in front of the Olive to kick off the evening of fun and festivities! Sierra Browne-Jenkins will be featured in the Kid's Corner this month as well. And the Olive has changed our hours of operation, again! We are now open 11a.m.-6p.m. daily.Rachel James is a student attending the University of Kansas with a major in printmaking. To date, she has exhibited in several group shows, and she has done some minor design work. She was born in Coffeyville, Kansas and grew up in Independence, Kansas.Adam Jeffers is the music making half of the electronic/performance art spectacle, Superargo, for which he also serves as art director. He currently works as a screen printer at the Blue Collar Press, and does freelance design work (both paid and unpaid). Despite this, he has never had formal training and does not consider himself an artist.Patrick Giroux is a designer working for a large newspaper converging in Lawrence, Kansas. He works with Blue Collar Press as a poster maker. He has participated in several group shows, including the Red Balloon to Do.