📣 Want to lead programming at Marrow in 2018?!
WHAT THIS IS:
1️⃣️ The 1st session (January 6th) will be for general overview about Marrow programming — what types of events and workshops our youth are interested in, and what our overarching programming mission is for 2018. It will be discussion-based, so this is your opportunity to come with a loose ideas, specific ideas, questions, or just general interest in putting something together!
2️⃣️ The 2nd session (January 13th) will be spent finalizing programming proposals, and hammering out the specifics of your idea — as well as scheduling any approved programming into our official calendar.
Both sessions are intended to be actionable, and move you toward leading something at Marrow! If you can't be at both that's fine, just please check-in here or via email.
📝 Marrow programming is selected by our program director, through an online application. You can complete this process on your own in between sessions, or at the 2nd session (or anytime afterwards!)
📆 We're looking not only for workshop proposals, but also events (one off or recurring), lectures, exhibitions — anything that happens at Marrow!
👨🏫 We welcome facilitators of any age — we only ask that you have the appropriate level of knowledge and/or experience for what you'd like to lead. We can provide teaching assistants and other help where needed!
*This is free and all ages! Read the note in the «discussion» section of this page for tips about Marrow programming! Please note that attending this orientation in no way guarantees that your proposal will be approved! If you have any questions, feel free to comment here or reach out to Daylynn at [email protected]
— Accessibility info:
Marrow is on the 1st floor, there are no stairs leading into our space. Our main doorway is 31.5", and our accessible restroom doorway is 30.5".
We have two gender neutral restrooms.
Marrow is a drug, smoke, and alcohol-free, nut-free and scent-free space.
We are a safe® space and won't tolerate any hateful nonsense.
For more info about these policies and what they mean, please visit marrowpdx.org/space