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creative minds today

for a better tomorrow.

Junior Art Lab is an edutech social enterprise committed to creating unique learning experiences to nurture creative confidence and empower learners through art, design & technology. 

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This marketplace was started with an aim to build an inclusive creative community. We design and collaborate with our differently-abled artists to showcase their talents and support them in developing their financial independence. When you purchase our quirky creations, you will also be helping our community outreach projects with disadvantaged children and underserved communities through our social enterprise.

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Bootcamp Award



presented by DBS

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Philip Yeo Innovation Fellows

Programme Award

Philip Yeo Initiative

by NUS Enterprise  

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SIF Young Social

Entrepreneurs Award

Singapore International Foundation  


Singapore Silent Heroes


Civil Association 

of Singapore


Microsoft Educators Choice


Microsoft Worldwide Innovative Teachers Forum 




Thank you very much Aminur and team. It was a privilege having you at DigiGirlz and hope to continue collaborating with you on future philanthropy events.

 Delphine Gunther

       Microsoft Singapore

Had a fun activity today at Junior Art Lab! I was apprehensive at first as Musa has never used computers. I thought he would have difficulty controlling the mouse. But he sure surprised me! He learned super-fast and just 15 minutes into the workshop, he banned me from helping.

Latifah Latiff

       Ministry of Education

 Thank you for an informative and engaging workshop! Really appreciate your time and effort to teach the kids. The children enjoyed the workshop very much. Some were even more creative in developing their pictures. I have a slow learner boy; his talent was spotted at the workshop. If he is exposed more to this type of workshops, he can develop this skill and turn it into his future livelihood. 

Margaret Lee, Christina Mary & Elina

       Morning Star Community Services

Hence, overall, they knew how to tailor their workshop to those less able and those of higher ability, all without leaving anyone behind. The pace was just right, steps and instructions clear and the trainers were very encouraging and positive. Everyone felt empowered to go home to continue with what we were taught. A big thank you to them for their enthusiasm and fantastic coaching.

Constance Koh


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