Diana Montano is the Outreach Manager 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.
Plus: What squid have to do with Instagram filters.
A week-long celebration kicks off with some trivia on the origins of squiddy words.
From June 18-25, we’re celebrating the 8th Annual Cephalopod Week by awarding one lucky, many-armed invertebrate the award of a lifetime.
Join us on May 16 to create a lost feast celebrating some of the flavors featured in this spring’s SciFri’s Book Club pick.
Three scientists present their choice for the primo pollinator—and you get to vote and decide this year’s winners!
Discover all the ways to participate in crowdsource science this month and ask some budding experts your questions about the pollinators!
This April and May, The SciFri Book Club team is cooking up all kinds of festivities to celebrate this spring’s Book Club pick, ‘Lost Feast.’
Lenore Newman explores the history (and extinction) of some food favorites in ‘Lost Feast.’ We’ll read it together this spring.