UW-Green Bay alumnus William L. Little ’85 has always been a welder and artist. He still is, today, operating No. 9 Welding and Fabricating in Kihei, Hawaii, on the south shore of the island of Maui. On a recent trip back to his former home state, the Humanistic Studies and art graduate stopped at UW-Green Bay to revisit the welded metal sculptures he left behind as student art projects dating to the 1970s. At least four Little creations are displayed around campus, several in proximity to the Studio Arts Building. Arguably the most visible piece is the large, untitled work positioned in the outdoor stairwell midway along the former “Macaroni Hall” concourse, connecting the Cofrin Library to the Student Services Building.
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