Marrow is located at 7025 N Lombard Street (#100)
It's the big red building - our entrance is on the first floor, on Lombard St, by the corner of Alma Ave.
Trimet: The 75 bus has a stop approximately one block away!
Driving: We have a couple of parking spots in the lot behind the building (access on N. Alma Ave), as well as plenty of available street parking along Lombard and Alma.
By bike: There is a bike rack in the center, open but covered area of the building (enter via the sidewalk on Lombard, or through the parking lot).
Safe(r) Space Policy:
Marrow is committed to creating an environment that interrupts racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, classism, ableism, adultism, fat phobia and other systems of oppression and marginalization.
We expect those who interact with us in our space to work with us to maintain a culture of actively checking ourselves and being conscious of privilege, so that everyone may feel as safe as possible to exist and express themselves.
- Marrow is located on the 1st floor with no stairs leading into our space. Our doorway is 31.5" wide when taking the door itself into consideration. The doorway has a small (~2.5") lip - which we're working to resolve - and may be tricky for folks who use a chair. If you'd rather use our second entrance (which has a small concrete incline to gap a similar lip), please let a staff member know!
- We have two single-stall, gender neutral restrooms. One is small, and one is larger with a grab bar (the larger one is marked as accessible).
- Allergy-friendly: we are a nut-free and scent-free space.
- We are a drug and alcohol free space (including cigarettes), both indoors and outdoors within 10' of all entrances, the parking lot, and our shared outdoor space.
If you have any accessibility, sensitivity, or allergy concerns or requests please feel free to reach out to us before coming by!
What's in Our Space:
Marrow has two small offices that are used to support organizations, businesses, or projects that are in line with Marrow's mission. The focus is on building a community with a collective mission of collaboration, increased equity, and mutual aid. The Incubation Space tenant and length of incubation is selected from applicants, by Marrow's Board of Directors. Priority is given to projects who are led by and serve members of marginalized communities.
The Incubation Space is currently occupied by The School of Urban Liberation - a project focused on working with teens (particularly those who have dropped out or are at risk of dropping out of high school) desiring vocations in music, film, photography and journalism to engage in meaningful leadership training in the context of community organizing, utilizing media and entertainment as avenues for self-expression and emotional self-management. The School of Urban Liberation is led by local hip hop musician and producer Solomon Starr.
Marrow's shop features the work of local artists, musicians, and makers of all mediums and genres. With the goal of centering young creators who may have difficulty finding a platform to sell their work elsewhere, makers 24 years old and under get 100% of proceeds from their sales. Established artists in their mid-twenties and up split their sales with Marrow 50/50% to support our shop's ability to give young folks all of their proceeds.
We love having events at Marrow, from art exhibitions to open mics to shows - particularly when they're youth organized and produced. If you want to put something together, get in touch with us!