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Serena’s Art Factory wants to promote Curaçao to the world as best as they can. They choose to do this through Chichi®, because she represents a classic Curaçao culture; a strong, loving and caring Caribbean woman. Chichi® characterizes the vibrant, dynamic and responsible older sister.
She is made by the local community of Curaçao, mostly women, who Serena’s Art Factory empowers with their own income. Chichi® is a local brand that makes a globally recognizable product/figure.
We are very proud that we are recognized by BizBash they mentioned us in their ’10 Team-Building Activities to Celebrate International Women’s Day’. This is a part of their article, the whole article can be read here.
Here, we curated 10 ideas perfect for galvanizing female friendships in honor of International Women’s Day on March 8.
We can’t think of a better day to strengthen your girl squad through team-building activities than International Women’s Day. This year, the globally celebrated day honoring the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women is on March 8, so there’s no time like the present make plans with 2022’s theme (#BreakTheBias) in mind. So, rally the women-identifying staffers in your workplace and get excited to build strong teams and friendships with these 10 team-building activities.
Create a Caribbean Chichi
In Curaçao, older sisters are affectionately called “Chichis,” and the term has come to represent a strong, proud and voluptuous Caribbean woman. Local artists celebrate these familial pillars by creating Chichi dolls, or handmade, painted sculptures in vibrant colors of curvy female forms. Chichi dolls are perhaps the most common souvenirs on the island and quickly gaining more international recognition due to their body-positive and female-empowering messages. For a unique team-building exercise in honor of International Women’s Day, groups can take part in a Chichi painting workshop at Serena’s Art Factory in Willemstad Curaçao for $12 per person. Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first serve basis.