Marrow is located at 7025 N Lombard St
Youth Market & Gallery Space
Any time Marrow is open, we invite the public (all ages!) to check out our two storefront spaces:
Youth Market features the work of local artists, musicians, writers, and makers of all mediums and genres. With the goal of centering young creators; youth under 25 get 90-100% of profits from their sales, and adults donate their work - so that we can use their sale profits to maintain the shop.
Our gallery houses curated exhibitions of work that present a strong narrative, identity, message, or viewpoint. We work to hold space for youth artists, and individuals from other communities who do not see their voice reflected in Portland's gallery culture.
Marrow's main space (beyond the storefronts) acts as a classroom, chill space, intimate music venue, movie theater - transforming into whatever is needed that day.
Unless we are running all ages programming, our main space is for folks 10-24 only.
Located on the 1st floor. There is a short ramp leading up to our main entrance, which does not have a landing platform - please let us know if you need assistance with the door or would like to use another entrance! We’re happy to help! Our doorways are 31.5" wide.
We have two single-stall, all gender restrooms. One is accessible.
Scent-free space (this means please do not use scented products before coming to Marrow).
Drug and alcohol use free space (including cigarettes), indoors and outdoors within 10' of all entrances.
Fluorescent overhead lighting, but other options available.
Heating and AC available and in use when needed.
If you have any accessibility, sensitivity, or allergy concerns or requests please feel free to reach out to us before coming by, so we can address them!
Marrow is in the large red building at the corner of N. Lombard St & Alma Ave.
The 75 TriMet bus line (Lombard & Ida stop) is a block away, and stops on the 4, 11, and 44 bus lines are within a mile walking distance.
Plenty of street parking available (on Lombard and Alma), with limited parking in the lot behind our building (access on Alma).
There is a bike rack in the center area of the building, near the parking lot.
We at Marrow want to acknowledge that our space, along with the entirety of Portland, occupies stolen Chinook land.