Who We Are
ArtBeatz has been established to explore the unique way and meaningful engagement of the community with the arts.
ArtBeatz seeks ground-breaking innovation that shapes the way people experience their community, culture, and arts.
ArtBeatz is committed to staying relevant over time by keeping in touch with the heart and pulse of the current and future generations.
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Artist Sun Yu-Li is one of Singapore’s leading architect turned artist, most notably in sculpture, but has since extended his artistic pursuit to doing experiential art in the last 16 years. His sculptures and paintings can be seen in different parts of Singapore, and overseas. He has a very distinctive style in his artwork formed over the past 30 years and has developed his own unique ‘universal language’ (‘dot-line-plane’) that made it easy for the public’s involvement in the co-creation process. This Universal Language explores the intricate relationships between people and the space around them, both natural and man-made. It also looks at how communities interact within and between the space. His style involves creating a master image using his signature language and leaving space in between for various members of the community to paint their inputs. The result is a masterpiece that captures the thoughts of many, all joined together by the artist. ArtBeatz and Sun Yu-li have worked together for years creating visually impactful works that engage communities in meaningful art creation.
Eunice is a self-taught artist who was born deaf. Despite her disabilities, Eunice had a passion for the arts and engaging people with her talent. In her spare time, as well as part of her job scope in an advertising agency, Eunice learnt to sew and weave. The immense joy and satisfaction that she received from these activities fuelled a passion to develop and perfect her craft. Primarily a textile artist, Eunice also learnt to paint, allowing her artistic expression to not be limited to one medium. Her work often explores the interactions between people and nature.
Eunice was finally able to make her artistic debut with ArtBeatz in 2012; her dream as a professional artist realised. Since then, she has been involved in various events and community art projects with the company. Eunice is an artist who has never allowed her disability to stop her! She is constantly challenging herself to learn new things and push her artistic boundaries through her projects with ArtBeatz. Having worked with a diverse group of people, Eunice’s compassionate nature as well as her love for art allows her to comfortably engage with any age demographic. She is also the recipient of the Mediacorp Enable Fund as recognition for her work and passion despite her disability.
In 2019, Eunice was recognised for her efforts and love for art by receiving an award from the MediaCorp Enable Fund. Such recognition has driven her to continue pushing boundaries in her art, as well as her interactions with the community. Currently, Eunice is weaving sea creatures to create an art installation to make a statement on marine conservation. She also wishes to visually demonstrate the harmful effects of global warming on our Singapore shores, especially the threats to our hard-coral species.
Art La Carte is a creative playground for every child to explore and venture. With the introduction to various themes coupled with the contemporary art approach, students will be exposed to a
Culture Rover is an integrated programme that is designed to journey around the world to experience the various cultures in a dioramic mode, immersing children in numerous cultures via multiple genres of