The Unpublishables #2 issue launch
The Unpublishables fanzine was established in 2013 to act as a platform to enable young architects, makers and designers to publish their own polemics, research and thought pieces. We’re a wholly independent initiative made up of an evolving collective of writers.
We operate without any funding and are delighted that The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design has offered us a space to host our launch of the second issue, 6.30 - 8pm, 4th Floor Boulevard, Thursday 6th March.
The publication was founded by Zoë Berman, an alumna of The Cass School of Architecture.
The evening event will launch the second issue of The Unpublishables, and a chance to welcome future contributes to the zine.
We invite students, staff, all those who have contributed to the latest issue (which includes a number of Cass alumni) and interested parties to come together to view the latest issue and enjoy a glass of wine.
We welcome interest from young architects, designers and thinkers to submit ideas for articles to the next issue.
Recent news from The Cass
London Metropolitan University’s Students’ Union received a ‘Good’ standard of accreditation from the National Union of Students.
New book celebrates ongoing collaboration between The Cass and Dongyang Mirae University in South Korea.
Cass Fine Art alumnus exhibits solo show at the Ply Gallery, Hornsey.
Official figures reveal that 95% of all graduates are in work or further study six months after leaving London Met.
Textile Design graduate named new artist in residence for Daylesford Estate.
The third edition of the annual yearbook celebrating the diverse world of The Cass is now available.
A networking evening and private viewing of our summer show to meet our graduating students, alumni and fellow creative professionals.
Students from Theatre & Performance at The Cass collaborate with Istituto Teatrale Europeo for intensive workshop series.
Siân Moxon, Senior Lecturer and Sustainability Coordinator at The Cass, has been announced as one of four winners of the London National Park City design competition.
The Cass Hothouse is hosting a series of eight workshops exploring visual communications during The Cass Summer Show 2017.
Cass Technology staff have received a commendation in Excellence in Structural Engineering Education for their Mudchute Making Workshop.
Alpa Depani has been awarded a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship to explore approaches to the design of public realm in global cities.
Cass students return to Calabria, Italy, to continue collaborative work with villagers and refugees.
London Met launch first ever Festival of Learning event with Cass short courses.