Diana Montano is the Events Producer at Science Friday, where she crafts live events to delight and engage science-loving audiences. Her passions include (but are not limited to) interactive storytelling, dogs, connecting science to the arts, dogs with extra long legs, and eating anything made of chocolate (not dogs).
Diana joins SciFri as a facilitator for all things non-profit. In a previous life, she was the creative projects manager at Museum Hack and manager of guided tours at Lincoln Center.
Diana earned her MA in Museum Studies from New York University and lives as close to the Brooklyn Museum as rent prices allow.
Join us on Facebook for a Watch Party, where we’ll rewatch Ira Flatow’s interview with historian and author Jaipreet Virdi.
We are creating an online space catered to book clubbers. Join our new community to gather and discuss science books!
How do you measure cephalopod intelligence? What is the largest cuttlefish? And other questions for a cephalopod scientist.
Join the live conversations with Ira Flatow and guests as they record for our radio program—and get the chance to have your voice on the show!
On Wednesday, April 29, our sixth annual Science Friday Trivia Night returns to littlefield in Brooklyn, New York.
On Thursday April 23, join us at the Davis Theater as we screen ‘Annihilation.’ Plus, a live conversation with local experts.
Science and storytelling come together at The Story Collider—and Science Friday is teaming up for an Earth Day celebration on April 7 in Washington, D.C.
Listen to three science storytellers talk about a notable story they reported in 2019, including untold and surprising facts.