Aber Day Kegger Documentary Film Partners
The following organizations are contributing time, resources and support to the Aber Day Kegger documentary film project.Their encouragement and support is very much appreciated.
Quality television has the power to elevate our understanding of the world, encourage respect for one another, and influence our lives in a positive way. MontanaPBS shares diverse stories; connects our citizens; discovers common ground; and celebrates the independent spirit and beauty of Montana.
University of Montana Alumni Association
The University of Montana Alumni Association was founded in 1901 by Eloise Knowles and originally served 24 alumni. Today UMAA reaches out to over 75,000 alumni and friends, including 8,500 members, by helping them stay connected to the University of Montana through sponsored events, such as Homecoming and class reunions, communications, alumni activities, career services/alumni mentoring, group travel activities and the Montanan magazine.
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library comprises the heart of UM’s library system. Collections exceed 1.5 million bound volumes, including more than 50,000 electronic books, access to over 30,000 print and electronic journals, an expanding array of electronic databases, nearly 100,000 media, a federal government depository collection and an archives and special collections. These collections are supplemented by an active interlibrary loan service through which the resources of other libraries are made available to students and faculty. The Mansfield Library is open seven days a week for 111 hours during the academic semester. Library resources in support of the Missoula College of Technology are located on the East Campus. Students and faculty at both campuses have access to all library resources and services.
Affiliated library collections of The University of Montana system are located in Butte at Montana Tech and at the College of Technology-Montana Tech, in Dillon at The Carson Library of The University of Montana-Western, and in Helena at The University of Montana-Helena.
University of Montana Entertainment Management
Entertainment Management at The University of Montana covers most aspects of the entertainment business including music, television and film, sports and performance, literary and visual arts. The purpose of the program is to introduce students to the business of entertainment while giving them the opportunity to speak with and learn from top professionals in the industry in a relaxed, classroom environment.
This one of a kind program offers an incredible opportunity to students looking to break into the Entertainment Industry. Entertainment Management at The University of Montana’s School of Business Administration is taught exclusively by top members of the Entertainment Industry. The program is also unique in that it was designed and put together by top names in the entertainment industry from Montana. These professionals got their start at The University of Montana, and they are now in a position to give something back while at the same time giving students in the program networking opportunities within the industry.