People Like Us play Jerusalem

Musraramix festival / music program curated by Eran Sachs
This years’ guests include Ghedalia Tazartes (FR), Christoph Heemann (D),
People Like Us (UK) and Fritz Welch (UK-USA).
Supported– by Bi-Arts

Tue 25/5-Thursday 27/5 Musrara neighborhood, Jerusalem all day long – we think PLU will play on the 25th, but please check with the organisers if you are in the area.

People Like Us play Liverpool Sound City in May 2010

Genre Collage will be performed at Static Gallery in Liverpool on Thursday 20th May at 7pm, admission £5. This event is presented by Sound and Music as part of Memories are Made of This: Sound and Music at Liverpool Sound City.

The evening features People Like Us, Position Normal and The Pony Harvest
with DJs Strcprstskrzkrk and Igor Hax
Static Gallery, 23 Roscoe Street, L1 9JD

Celebrated collage artist People Like Us, plunderphonic duo Position Normal and far out electro-medievalist The Pony Harvest explore and skew narratives, use and abuse quotations, and draw on a wide range of references from popular culture and beyond.
Event details and tickets:

Parade to be in group exhibition

In The Long Run: 30 Years of Great Running
By Claire Leona Apps, Vicki Bennett, Suky Best, Ravi Deepres and Michael Baig-Clifford, Graham Dolphin, James Edwards, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Julian Germain, Jane and Louise Wilson

Starts: 17th July 2010
Ends: 17th October 2010
Great North Museum: Hancock
Barras Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
0191 222 6765

Celebrating the 30th staging of the Bupa Great North Run, this major new exhibition explores the history and significance of this enormously popular event.
In The Long Run looks at significant role this event has played in reflecting and shaping the region’s cultural identity.

As well as the well known stories of elite runners, In The Long Run will also explore the huge organisational effort behind the Bupa Great North Run, documenting the event’s community spirit and creating a powerful piece of social history.

Alongside interactive exhibits, memorabilia and star objects, In The Long Run will present artwork from the archives of Bupa Great North Run Culture, with paintings, films, photographs and drawings by Jane and Louise Wilson, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, Julian Germain, Graham Dolphin and Vicki Bennett, among many others.
A programme of special events and guest lectures, as well as a special Late Show the night before this year’s Bupa Great North Run, will be announced soon.