Arts & Drafts Festival
Insurance, Exhibitor Licensing, and Terms Acknowledgement
Certificates of Insurance
All Artist Exhibitors, Sponsor Exhibitors, and Performers at the Arts & Drafts Festival are required to acquire, at their own cost, Commercial General Liability insurance on an occurrence form including personal injury, advertiser’s liability, products liability, completed operations, with limits no less than $1,000,000.00 per occurrence and in the aggregate combined single limit bodily injury and property. The policy must hold harmless and name as Additional Insured, the Baltimore County Arts Guild and Diageo Beer Company, North America. The Baltimore County Arts Guild reserves the right to require proof of policy.
Artist Exhibitors and Performers that do not already carry the required insurance as part of their business may inquire with their personal property insurance provider for coverage or purchase a low-cost policy for coverage for the days of the Event. The following options are available:
Please upload proof of your insurance via Certificates of Insurance, one each that names the following as additional insured:
Baltimore County Arts Guild
1101 Maiden Choice Lane
Baltimore, MD 21229
Diageo Beer Company, North America
5001 Washington Blvd
Halethorpe, MD 21227
Artist Exhibitor Licensing
(If you are a Performer or Sponsor Exhibitor, please skip to the next section)
The State of Maryland requires that all entities conducting business in the State, including art exhibitors selling their work at festivals, be properly licensed as a Trader. Review the regulations here.
Artist Exhibitors that maintain a MD Sales & Use Tax License may present it as their Trader's License.
Artists Exhibitors that have neither a Trader's License nor a MD Sales & Use Tax License may instead provide an Exhibitor's Affidavit (should they qualify). The Exhibitor's Affidavit form can be found here.
All Artist Exhibitors, Sponsor Exhibitors, and Performers at the Arts & Drafts Festival are required to acknowledge and agree to the following terms: