News & Record Bench, Greensboro

News & Record Bench, Greensboro

The News & Record Bench stands out as one of Greensboro's most distinctive and captivating sculptures, showcasing the artistic ingenuity of renowned local artist Jim Gallucci. Crafted from bronze, the bench is creatively designed to resemble sheets of newspapers, magazines, and boxes, with articles printed on the surfaces. This unique sculpture serves as a testament to the city's vibrant media landscape and its rich tradition of journalism.

Situated outside the News & Record corporate office on East Market Street, the News & Record Bench serves as both a functional seating area and an artistic attraction. Jim Gallucci, known for his exceptional work on various city monuments, demonstrates his creativity and skill in transforming ordinary materials into a visually striking and thought-provoking piece of public art. The sculpture not only pays homage to the local newspaper but also serves as a reminder of the importance of media in shaping public discourse and preserving the community's stories and history.

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Sight Name: News & Record Bench
Sight Location: Greensboro, USA (See walking tours in Greensboro)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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