Eaton Workshop is a global purpose-driven company and creative lab at the intersection of culture, media, hospitality, wellness, and progressive social change. Eaton consists of distinct parts—Hotel, House, Media, Wellness, and Impact. Collectively, the pillars serve as an incubator for arts and culture, a beacon for sustainability, a hub for impact initiatives, a holistic healing center, and a global media presence. Building a community with a shared ethos of caring for today’s world and conceiving of how we can make it better, Eaton forms connections through its physical spaces, as well as through dynamic digital storytelling and experiences. Our first properties are now open in Downtown, Washington, D.C., and Hong Kong’s Jordan neighborhood, with ensuing locations to arrive in San Francisco, Seattle, and Toronto.
Located in Eaton HK, art space Tomorrow Maybe opened in late-2018 with a programme of exhibtions that takes Hong Kong as its starting point. Tomorrow Maybe offers a lens into the city for first time visitors and at the same time proposes nuanced readings into the familiar for those who have an intimate relationship to Hong Kong. Projects include new commissions by artists based in Hong Kong, works by international artists providing counterpoint perspectives into the city and group shows by young curators.
Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Net Art, Archive work, Design, Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Socially Engaged Practice, Printmaking, Sound Art