How to write an EOI

How to write an EOI

 
Writing a great Expression of Interest (EOI) is easy with a little practice. Here are 3 simple rules that can make the process run a lot smoother:
 
  • Answer the brief and all key required information directly with clear, simple language.
  • If relevant, provide 5 to 10 images that show the best examples of your work.
  • Write well-formed, short, clear sentences with correct spelling and grammar.
 
Some briefs are easier than others to answer. If the brief is not clear or is asking for something very specific that you do not fully understand, writing an EOI can be difficult. In this case, we recommend that you write a list of questions you have about the brief and contact us to get more clarity.
 
Artbox supports paying artists National Association of the Visual Arts artist fees or above. Please see their website and this page for guidance when calculating your budgets.
 
We are putting together more content on this subject including video tutorials, so stay tuned. We also have a brief for you to get dedicated support writing EOIs and grant applications:
Grant/EOI writing support