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Camp survivor to discuss father's artwork

Frank Sata, a Japanese-American who was interned in Arkansas during World War II, will discuss his father, J.T. Sata’s, oil paintings and charcoal drawings in a talk titled “Unlikely Foundation: How World War II Internment in Arkansas Shaped a Family’s Life in Art and Architecture,” noon Wednesday Aug. 6 in the Central Arkansas Library System’s Ron Robinson Theater, 100 River Market Ave., Little Rock.

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