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Norman Daly's Painting 'Bull and Cow' acquired by Rollins Museum of Art in Winter Lake, Florida, July 2022. Rollins Museum Announces Exhibition of “Bull and Cow” December 24, 2022 - Norman Daly's 1949 painting will be exhibited along with recent acquisitions from January 14-May 4.
Illustration of ancient Llhuros Fictional Civilization Leaves Behind Lasting Legacy December 7, 2022 - The Cornell University Library's Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections acquires a trove of archival materials from Norman Daly's "Llhuros".
Academic Minute Logo with Image of Beauvais Lyons The Academic Minute: Lessons from LLhuros November 1, 2022 - "Art can bring out many truths, even by using lies." Chancellor Professor Beauvais Lyons, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, presents an episode on "The Civilization of Llhuros" for The Academic Minute.
Beauvais Lyons The Llhuros Symposium Gets Real October 12, 2022 - UTK Chancellor's Professor Beauvais Lyons, coordinator of the Llhuros Symposium, spoke to Todd Steed of station WUOT (University of Tennessee Public Radio).
Norman Daly's Painting 'Bull and Cow' acquired by Rollins Museum of Art in Winter Lake, Florida, July 2022. Acquisition of Norman Daly’s “Bull and Cow” July 7, 2022 - The 1949 painting from Daly's Mythical Animal Series has been acquired by Rollins Museum of Art, July 2022.
Graphic of Norman Daly and the Map of Llhuros Announcing the Llhuros Symposium 2022 June 28, 2022 - Hosted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the symposium will be held virtually on Saturday October 8, 2022 and will feature presentations related to “The Civilization of Llhuros.”
A Rare Find: Student Film from 1972 June 27, 2022 - 16mm of "Llhuros" film is discovered 50 years later. Watch it here!
Bringing to Light April 24, 2022 - Images from the first exhibition of Llhuros are discovered and digitized.
‘A Self-Mythologizing Practise’ January 15, 2022 - "Unsure of what to do or think of this immense body of clearly thought out work, the viewer ultimately becomes, in some way, alienated from his present society, and is encouraged to reflect on it."
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