(1901 - 1989)
Sadayuki Thomas Uno was active/lived in California / Japan. Sadayuki Uno is known for painting, sculpture.
Sadayuki Uno (Japanese/Californian, 1901-1989) was born in Japan, but moved to the U.S. to be with his father. He attended high school in Oakland, California, after which he received a scholarship to the California College of Arts and Crafts. He continued to study art and worked as an interior decorator and gardener in the Bay Area through the Depression.
Uno was relocated to the Fresno Assembly Center in California after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. From there, he and his family were transferred to internment camps in Arkansas- first Jerome, then Rohwer.
Uno and his family were interned there (Rohwer) from June 1944 until Nov. 1945, when they departed the camp and returned to Oakland, California.
Submitted by Annemarie Guy and David Shaw.
Sadayuki Thomas Uno was born in Hiroshima, Japan on January 1, 1901. Uno arrived in Oakland in 1924 and enrolled at the California College of Arts & Crafts. During WWII he was interned at a relocation camp. He died in Oakland, CA on April 3, 1989.
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