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Crista Cunningham

Crista Cunningham
Hey everyone! I’m the curriculum graphic artist for Pitsco Education. My days at Pitsco consist of creating visual content for student and teacher use in the classroom. I love my creative role here and having the opportunity to help students learn invaluable content with my designs. I’m a proud Gorilla and alum of Pittsburg State University, majoring in Graphic Communications, I own a graphic design business out of my home, and I am an active advocate for artists in southeast Kansas and surrounding area.

Recent Posts

Force of Attraction: How magnets attract and repel

Posted by Crista Cunningham on February 11, 2022

We’ve all heard the term opposites attract. While this can be true of your valentine, we’ll just stick to a topic we can all agree on: SCIENCE!

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Topics: IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Science, STEM, Activities, Hands-on Learning, Art

The science of pour painting

Posted by Crista Cunningham on March 11, 2020

I have been fascinated with art my entire life. My mother was an artist, my father would doodle occasionally to impress my mother, and I loved to draw and paint as a child. My daughter acquired the artist gene as well and has become quite the skilled illustrator. I also have several artistically talented coworkers that continue to inspire me on a daily basis.

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Topics: IN THE CLASSROOM, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Science, STEM, Resources, Activities, Hands-on Learning, STEAM, Math, Art, Women in STEM