Article - Alcoholic Beverages
(a) There is an art establishment license.
(b) (1) The Board may issue the license to a nonprofit organization engaged in:
(i) the display, sale, or demonstration of art by an individual artist or a group of artists; or
(ii) the instruction of participating clients in creating art.
(2) The Board may not issue the license to an organization that displays and sells commercially prepared or mass–produced artistic products.
(c) The license authorizes the holder to sell or serve beer and wine at retail for on–premises consumption.
(d) The license holder may sell or serve beer and wine during the hours and days as set out for beer and wine licenses under § 21–2003(b) of this title.
(e) The license may not be transferred to another location.
(f) A business for which the license is issued is subject to the alcohol awareness training requirements under § 4–505 of this article.
(g) The annual license fee is $205 in addition to a one–time issuing fee for a new license of $205.