High School of Art and Design
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The High School of Art and Design is a Career and Technical Education high school located at 245 E. 56th Street (between Second and Third Avenue) in Manhattan, New York City, New York. It moved from its former location at 1075 Second Avenue, between 56th and 57th Streets in September 2012.
It is operated by the New York City Department of Education.
Founded in 1936 as the School of Industrial Art, it moved to its present location in the center of the city's design district in September 1960, and offers a traditional academic education, augmented with advanced courses in the professional arts. Ninety percent of its graduates continue on in post-secondary education.
Students at Art and Design receive two periods of art instruction per day, choosing from among four art majors: cartooning and animation, architecture, illustration (which includes fashion illustration and medical illustration), and new media (which includes digital photography and filmmaking). Applicants must take an entrance exam and present a portfolio to be accepted.
Art and Design's Kenny Gallery, named for the school's founding principal John B. Kenny, hosts monthly art exhibits of student work, in addition to the annual display of Region 9's best student work and the annual faculty art show and sale. The ground floor art gallery faces Second Avenue and is open to the public. The school has a weight room, a library and a black box theater where the Roundabout Theater Company works with students on drama. The theater was donated by the Friends of Art and Design (FAD).
 Notable faculty
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- Irv Docktor, fine artist and book illustrator
- Frank Eliscu, designer and sculptor of the Heisman Memorial Trophy and other works of art 
- Alvin Hollingsworth, comic book illustrator and fine artist
- Bernard Krigstein, painter, illustrator, cartoonist
- Tom Wesselmann, pop artist, famous for his "Great American Nude" series
 Notable alumni
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- 1937 Paul Winchell, ventriloquist, inventor, actor
- 1940 Violet Barclay, one of the pioneering female comic-book artists
- 1940 Chic Stone, comic book illustrator
- 1943 Carmine Infantino, comic book artist and editor, member Comic Book Hall of Fame
- 1943 Helmut Krone, legendary art director
- 1943 Norm Blumenthal, TV producer: Concentration, American Movie Classics, Wonderama, Winky Dink and Published Author
- 1943 Henry Wolf, graphic designer, art director and photographer
- 1944 Joe Orlando, comic book illustrator, Mad magazine Associate Publisher
- 1945 Tony Bennett, singer and painter
- 1945 Joe Giella, comic book illustrator
- 1946 Sy Barry, comic book illustrator
- 1946 Vladimir Kagan, furniture designer
- 1946 Al Scaduto, syndicated cartoonist
- 1947 Alex Toth, comic book illustrator, animator for Hanna-Barbera
- 1947 John Romita, Sr., comic book illustrator
- 1950 Dick Giordano, comic book illustrator
- 1951 Leo Dillon, adult and children's book illustrator
- 1951 Bill Kresse, syndicated cartoonist
- 1952 Eva Hesse, minimalist painter and sculptor
- 1952 Sam Scali, advertising agency owner, ADC Hall of Fame
- 1953 Bill Haire, fashion designer
- 1953 Hazel Haire, fashion designer
- 1955 John Anthony (John Anthony Iorio), fashion designer
- 1955 I.C. Rapoport photojournalist
- 1956 Ralph Bakshi, animator, filmmaker
- 1956 John Johnson, TV news anchor, author and painter
- 1956 Barbara Nessim, illustrator and educator
- 1957 Bobby Weinstein, songwriter, member Songwriters Hall of Fame
- 1957 Phoebe Gilman, children's book author & illustrator
- 1959 Neal Adams, comic book illustrator
- 1960 Calvin Klein, fashion designer
- 1960 George Kuchar, cult filmmaker and director
- 1960 Antonio Lopez, fashion illustrator
- 1960 Gerard Malanga, poet, photographer and filmmaker
- 1960 Robert Volpe, painter and NYPD detective, the "Art Cop"
- 1962 Roscoe Orman, actor, author, and illustrator, best known as "Gordon" on Sesame Street
- 1962 Simon Gaon, painter
- 1963 Ronnie Landfield, abstract painter
- 1963 Joey Skaggs, media prankster, performance artist
- 1963 Michael Steiner, abstract artist and sculptor
- 1964 Peter Heller, Emmy award winning TV news producer, author
- 1965 Jackie Curtis, Warhol film star, poet, playwright
- 1965 Art Spiegelman, Pulitzer Prize winning author and cartoonist
- 1967 Bert Monroy, digital art pioneer, author of books on Photoshop, Illustrator
- 1967 Eric Carr (Paul Charles Caravello), drummer in the rock band Kiss
- 1967 Frank Brunner, comic book illustrator
- 1967 Larry Hama, writer and comic book illustrator
- 1967 Lenny White, jazz-funk drummer, member of Return to Forever
- 1967 Ralph Reese, comic book illustrator
- 1967 Terry Winters, abstract painter and printmaker
- 1968 Candida Royalle, producer and director of couples-oriented erotic films
- 1968 John Steptoe, author and illustrator of children's books
- 1969 Harvey Fierstein, actor, playwright, gay activist
- 1970 Amy Heckerling, film director, writer, actress
- 1971 Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, actor and singer
- 1971 Alan Kupperberg, cartoonist and illustrator
- 1971 Steven Meisel, fashion photographer
- 1973 Lisa Jane Persky, actress.
- 1973 Tom Sito, animator, filmmaker, educator
- 1976 Marcelino Sanchez, film and television actor
- 1976 Mike Carlin, comic book writer and editor
- 1977 Joe Jusko, comic book illustrator
- 1977 Gladys Portugues, champion body builder
- 1978 Margaret Matz, architect
- 1978 Lasana M. Sekou, poet, author, publisher
- 1978 Lorna Simpson, artist and photographer
- 1979 Denys Cowan, comic book illustrator
- 1979 Jimmy Palmiotti, inker and writer of comic books, games and film
- 1979 Mark Texeira, comic book illustrator
- 1980 Steve Carr, film director
- 1981 Marc Jacobs, fashion designer
- 1981 Catherine S. Snodgrass, (Tactikos), children's book illustrator and author
- 1984 Christopher "Play" Martin, rapper and actor
- 1984 Lady Pink (Sandra Fabara), graffiti writer, artist and muralist.
- 1985 Roger Sanchez, Grammy Award winning DJ, producer, recording artist
- 1986 Pharoahe Monch (Troy Donald Jamerson), hip hop artist
- 1987 Ivan de Prume, former drummer in the groove metal band White Zombie
- 1987 Malcolm Jones III, comic book illustrator
- 1990 Jamal Igle, comic book and animation storyboard artist
- 1992 Joe Madureira, comic book illustrator
- 1992 Mobb Deep, hip-hop duo
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