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Jolande & Barbara in the popular TV show: IK VERTREK
Jolande van Lith and Barbara de Roo are not only a loving couple, but also an artistduo with
a predilection for installation art. They already have a lot of success to their name. In the French hamlet of Mansigne,
the couple has bought a Pippi Langkous house, which they want to turn into a chambre d’Arte;
a mecca for creatives.
After an emotional goodbye, Jolande and Barbara start steaming down all the 70s wallpaper in the old doctor’s house
in good spirits. But soon doubts arise about the whole project. Everything is wrong with the house,
the French workmen don’t show up and painting walls and doors all day long is actually not that much fun.
And they had quite a good life in Alphen in Gelderland, with nice people around them and challenging work.
The ladies persevered, because a new life in France, that was what they wanted, wasn’t it?
Manoir Les Tilleurs; a culturel hotspot in France!
Jolande van Lith and Barbara de Roo fell in love with the beautiful Manoir les Tilleurs in France.
The Manoir has 9 rooms, is privately surrounded by walls and has
a lush garden of 2500 m2 with old (fruit) trees, attractive flower beds and studio.
They bought the property in 2021 to start a special creative adventure..
In addition to their private rooms and workingspace, they have realized a Artist & Writer in Residence.
Twice a year they invite selected artists to live and work at the
Manoir Les Tilleurs. At the end of a working period, an exhibition or publication follows.
YES.....FIVE STARS FOR ''MUTTI WO BIST DU?"
Nominee Zachte G language Award 2022
For her contribution promoting Brabant, the region where she is born,
Jolande is nominated for the Zachte G award 2022 by Erfgoed Brabant.
The price is for people who are leading in the language of Brabant.
With her project ''Waarom ik tranen druip'' Jolande proofs again that she is a proud ambassador of Brabant and know her
way with words..
NEW YORK ART award for ''MUTTI wo bist du? ''
For the preview of her crossover project ''MUTTI wo bist du?''
Jolande won the New York ART award 2020.
The exhibition is sep. 2021 at the White Space Gallery New York.
A new TV adventure for Jolande!
Jolande van Lith, Martijn van Roon and Barbara de Roo will be hosting
a culinary item in the TV show ''Quality Time on Sunday'' by SBS6.
They present items that addresses topics such as
BUDGET cooking and HAPPY prepared food.
'' For me cooking also means connecting, you learn about
differences in taste, other cultures and the way food is prepared.
It's about fun, convenience, creativity and passion in the kitchen.
And often someone also has a impact story to tell about a dish..
And that is the kind of interaction I am searching for with our viewers.''
It's all about healthy tasty food and the power of connecting cultures.
#HappyPreparedFood #bamixMSTR #bamixNederland #Dontwastefood
Sundays on SBS6.
Jolande van Lith in TV reality show ''Steenrijk Straatarm'' SBS6!
Jolande and her partner Barbara changed for this reality show their house
life and budget with the family Leiendecker. In this social experiment
the important question is..does money buy happiness?
The reactions were overwhelming!
Both families were very loved and praised for their warmth and sympathy,
the success show with more then 1,5 million viewers even became trending topic on Twitter.
On June 17th you can rewatch the show at SBS6, duration 45 minutes.
TWO NominationS for the Brabantse hERITAGE Prize
Jolande's projects: ''Het publiek van Vincent'' & ''#Relithkwie''
are both (!) on the long list of Brabants Ergoed. The Brabant Heritage Prize is
a biennial award that focuses on stimulating innovation and development
in the regional heritage sector. The winner will be announced 7th november 2019.
Jolande is a guest at the TV show ''Ali's Mensentuin'' SBS6
July 1th Jolande and her partner Barbara de Roo are guests at the popular Dutch TV show
Ali's Mensentuin on SBS6. Artist/rapper Ali B presents this program about a social experiment
where groups that apparently do not share anything at all with each other are confronted
with prejudices. Are they really that different?