FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE–New York, NY (Feb 4 2010) — See New York artists in a different light. This month, Jason Borbay, Time Out New York’s Most Creative New Yorker 2009, showcases his paintings as comic Rory Scholl (Chicago City Limits, BTK Band) and his MAC award winning troupe create one time only improvised scenes based on them. Then after the show, Jason unveils the piece he worked on during the scenes. A circle of life inspirational show designed to combine different mediums together.
On February 4th at 9:30pm at the Tank located on 354 w 45th street, with a $10 cover, you can grab a seat to this one of a kind production.
” A perfect blend of masterful comics, mixed with incredible art. This is a one of a kind show” –John Rawley, Director of the Alternative Comedy Theater
“Art plus social media is the new frontier, and I intend to be at the forefront” Jason Borbay
Artprov will be making stops all around Manhattan each month, then take it on the road to spotlight local artists throughout the country. You can see where it all starts here as the cast of Artprov comprised of comics form Broadways Next Hit Musical, Chicago City Limits, and the Peoples Improv Theater, work with artist Jason Borbay, who’s debuted his first original exhibit Urbania in the flatiron district in January.
ABOUT JASON BORBAY
Manhattan-based location artist, Jason Borbay, has been named Time Out New York’s Most Creative New Yorker. Borbay was nominated as a finalist for Most Creative New Yorker in Time Out’s ‘Essential New York’ issue, and won the subsequent online vote. Borbay held his first solo art exhibit at M&T Bank’s Flatiron location, on January 20, 2010. Borbay’s work is collected around the world, and has been commissioned by private collectors and corporate clients alike.
Rory Scholl, Director of Artprov