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The Chop Shop presents Lament of the Sloth, a one night event featuring music by Atlanta bands a-fir-ju-well and The Good Friday experiment, short films by Bryan Bankovich (Newmerica Productions) and Stacy Goldsmidt, paintings by Natalie Borchers, Rachel Borchers, Mariann Levant, E.K. Buckley, Dave Pearson, and Kelly Brannon, etchings and prints by Lexy Strong, found art objects by Matthew Brannon, mixed medium with drawing and paint by Bill Gant, Dj'ed by Master of Ceremonies Chris Wilkus, on May 1st, from 6pm-11pm. Bring your own beverages.

Read interview from Citylink Newspaper with Natalie Borchers about the event


908 West 19th Street (Pilsen) Chicago, IL.

Take 90/94, exiting on 18th street, heading west, go south on Halsted, go west on 19th street parking is plentiful.

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View image of 908 W. 19th studios View Image of restored church at 19th & Peoria
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