Troubadours & Vagabonds Productions is based in the Greater Montreal area. We work remotely with clients across Canada.
We acknowledge that we live on unceded Indigenous land. The Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) Nation is recognized as the traditional custodian of the lands and waters of Tiohtià:ke (Montreal), which has long served as a place for many First Nations to live, meet and exchange. We also wish to recognize the strong ties that unite the Anishinaabe Nation to this territory, which is known by these people as Mooniyang (in Anishinaabemowin). Today, the Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang lands are home to a diverse population of Indigenous and other people. We respect the continued connections to the past, present and future in our ongoing relationships with Indigenous and other peoples within the Montreal community and beyond.
Pricing varies based on the scope of the engagement.
Yes, we are able to offer training on a variety of topics. Feel free to book a consultation call and we can discuss your needs.
Many grant programs are available to offset project costs for Canadian arts organizations. Artists, cultural workers, and arts organizations can apply for funding for digital strategy and implementation through Canada Council's Digital Greenhouse or Digital Generator programs. Other grant programs may also be applicable. If you need help with your application we are available to support you in writing your grant.