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  history of EVENTS


​​MARIANNE CATS 

​ . 2016: Whole year round welcoming you to the OPEN ATELIER.
  • 2015 : An exhibition took place on 21st November 2015 at Villa Washington in Otrobanda.
  • 2015: By order of the president of "Stichting Monumentenzorg" (Marcel van der Plank), the calender 2016 was presented
    ​                    ​in November with 14 paintings of Monuments of Curacao by Marianne.
  • 2015 : In March a three week exhibition was performed in Floris Suite Hotel opened by ms. Lisa Dindial.
  • ​2015 : For the 3rd time Marianne joined the "Open Atelier Route of 2015".
  • 2014 : A one day exhibition in Landhuis Zeelandia was successfully performed in november  2014.
  • 2011: Again in 2011 she joined the "Open Atelier Route"
  • 2006: Marianne showed her artwork during the "Open Atelier Route".
  • 2006: Group exhibition in Landhuis Bloemhof.
  • 2006: Once Again by order of "Stichting Monumentenzorg", the calender was presented with 12 paintings of sceneries of               Curacao.
  • 2006: Exhibition in Gallery Alma Blou in Landhuis Habaai
  • 2004: By order of "Stichting Monumentenzorg" the calender of 2004 was presented with 12 paintings of all                                       Dutch Caribbean Islands, to the president of the foundation and former governor of the Netherlands Antilles (Jaime               Saleh).
  • 2002: During the Curacao Art Festival 2002, Marianne Cats was awarded unanimously by the independent jury of                             the "Miami Coconut Grove Arts Festival" as best artist and was invited to exhibit her work in 2013 in Miami, Coconut            Grove.
  • 1992: By the order of the president of "Stichting Monumentenzorg" (Jacky Voges), the calender 1993 was presented with               12 paintings of Curacao by Marianne .
  • 1991: Exhibition in Landhuis Zeelandia. Vernissage was done by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Antilles back then                 (Maria Liberia Peters).
  • 1988: At the invitation of the "Gevolmachtigde Minister van de Nederlandse Antillen", at that time (Papi Jesurun), in Gallery            Noordeinde in The Hague.
  • 1986: Exhibition in Landhuis Groot Davelaar at the invitation of the owner.