Timeline

//Timeline

2011

2017-01-29T07:16:38-08:00

Hundreds attend the opening of A Marriage of Craft and Design: The Work of Evelyn and Jerome Ackerman at the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California.

20112017-01-29T07:16:38-08:00

2010

2017-01-29T07:15:30-08:00

Handcrafted Modern explores the homes of living post-WWII designers and includes the Ackermans with Ray and Charles Eames, Walter Gropius, George Nakashima, and others.

20102017-01-29T07:15:30-08:00

2010

2017-01-29T07:14:06-08:00

The Ackermans receive the Wayne State University Distinguished Alumni Award distinguished accomplishments, contributions, and service.

20102017-01-29T07:14:06-08:00

2009

2017-01-29T07:24:37-08:00

Masters of Mid-Century California Modernism” by Joyce Lovelace appears in American Craft magazine.

20092017-01-29T07:24:37-08:00

2009

2017-01-29T07:20:07-08:00

The first retrospective of their life and work, Masters of Mid-Century California Modernism: Evelyn and Jerome Ackerman, opens at the Mingei International Museum, San Diego, California.

20092017-01-29T07:20:07-08:00

2008

2017-01-29T07:26:13-08:00

Jerome and Evelyn celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on September 12.

20082017-01-29T07:26:13-08:00

2005

2017-01-29T07:30:42-08:00

“Design Duo Jerome and Evelyn Ackerman” by Jeffrey Head appears in Modernism magazine.

20052017-01-29T07:30:42-08:00

2005

2017-01-29T07:28:57-08:00

The Ackermans’ work is included in the book California Design: The Legacy of West Coast Craft and Style by Jo Lauria and Suzanne Baizerman.

20052017-01-29T07:28:57-08:00

2004

2017-01-01T00:44:44-08:00

Jerome’s ceramics in “Ink & Clay 30,” Kellogg University Art Gallery, California Polytechnic University, Pomona; Evelyn’s Stories from the Bible included in “Envisioning Jacob’s Ladder: Religion, Representation and Allusion in American Visual Culture 1750–2000,” Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts.

20042017-01-01T00:44:44-08:00

2001

2017-01-29T07:32:57-08:00

Made in California: Art, Image and Identity, 1900–2000, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

20012017-01-29T07:32:57-08:00