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Institute's draft cultural policy gets the green light

The RIBA's draft cultural policy statement was approved by the Council, but not without criticism of the language used. Classicist Robert Adam objected to the term 'contemporary' which peppered the document, and asked whether the aim to 'deliver an established programme of talks by leading contemporary architects' would exclude him from the list of speakers. Iain Meek complained that the wording of the draft was 'woolly' and said that more effort should be made to target 'the commissioning ...

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