Born in Csikóstöttös, county Tolna, 3 January.
Moves to Rákosliget, Budapest.
Matura exams at Szépmíves Lyceum, Secondary School of Fine Arts.
1951 starts his studies at the Ceramics Department of the Academy of Arts and Crafts
his masters: Miklós Borsos and István Gádor
1956 Diploma with outstanding results
1956 member of the Artistic Organization
1956-1957 works as a scholar of the Artistic Organization at the Ceramics
Department, Academy of Arts and Crafts
1957 member of the Association of Hungarian Fine Artists
1957 appointed to professor’s assistant
1958 after István Gádor’s resignation appointed to head of the Ceramics Department
1962 senior lecturer
1969 university docent
1963-1971 member of the Association of Fine Artists’ Committee
1967-1971 specialist consultant at the Artistic Organization
1971 member of the Academy of Ceramics, Geneva
1981-1983 board member of the Academy of Arts and Crafts
1984-1985 leader of the Ceramics Designer Studio
1992 after retirement carries on tutoring
1992 nominated to professor
1997 dies on 16 April
The Communal House of Rákosliget takes his name and ever since has worked as Csekovszky Árpád Culture Centre.
Council of the XVII. District of Budapest established Csekovszky Árpád Public Funds, which is to keep his memory and preserve the artistic inheritance.
The Ceramic Department of the Budapest Secondary School of Fine Arts takes the name Csekovszky Árpád, in addition, their classroom is named Csekovszky Studio.
2003 Gallery of the Csekovszky Collection is opened
2008 memorial plaque is inaugurated on his birthplace and Csekovszky Gallery is opened