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MEMBERSHIPS & ALLIANCES
- CEO – Larcom, Inc.
- Director – Bethlehem Events
- Director – Tarleton Castle Arts
- Director – Franconia Artwalk
- Director – Free Rein Rescue
- Member – AHEAD Resource Committee
- Member – Twin Mountain Chamber
- Member – AANNH
- Member – Women’s Caucus for Art
- Past Director – 42 Maple Arts
- Marketing – NCCR Radio
Angel Larcom began creating in earnest in 1998 and has kept a national clientele happy since 2004. In addition to overseeing daily business operations, she also serves as a director for multiple nonprofits, including the Franconia Artwalk, Free Rein Rescue and Rehab, and Tarleton Castle Arts.
In 2018, Larcom founded Bethlehem Events, a volunteer-driven nonprofit that strengthens community bonds and delivers economic impact through a series of free townwide events, including Christmas in Bethlehem and the Bethlehem Artwalk and Summerfest. From 2014 to 2020, she co-founded and directed Best of NH recipient 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center. She is a journalist at Littleton Courier, a Salmon Press newspaper, serves as the Marketing Manager/ Media Director for NCCR Radio, and was the former host of Chicks Dishing, a weekday morning talk show on WLTN Mix 96.7 FM from 2015 to 2018.
For as long as she can remember, Larcom has been nourished by the process of creating something where nothing previously existed, and her favorite kind of projects are start-ups. She says she is in a “constant state of hyper-creativity”. Larcom has organized and led teams in various situations and assisted with the growth and development of multiple entities in the nonprofit and private sectors. She has led local mural installation teams, developed and initiated interior design and branding concepts, re-conceptualized business and marketing plans, and helped numerous start-up businesses fine-tune their branding, presence, and image. She has worked in numerous sectors, including real estate, pet care, fine art, food and beverage, first aid training, music, alternative medicine, and education. Larcom has contributed articles and photography to a variety of print and online media outlets, including New Hampshire Magazine, the Union Leader, FoodGawker, TasteSpotting, Liqurious, and WREN’s former quarterly magazine. She has organized and promoted live performances, curated art gallery installations, and has been a member of organizational teams for multiple musical festivals, fundraisers, and community events.
Vice President of Larcom Studios and a former graduate student at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA, Raven Larcom perfectly fused her two passions – biology and fine art – during her undergraduate career at Saint Lawrence University in Canton, NY. At SLU, she was a member of both the Art and Art History Honors Society, the Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honors Society, and president of the Native American Student Alliance before graduating with honors in 2020.
Raven has been investigating the intersection between art and science for as long as she can remember. She is continually exploring and illustrating her natural surroundings. After a summer of research quantifying the evolutionary pathways of wing interference patterns, she hosted a solo art exhibit titled “Entom-” at 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center in Bethlehem, NH. In this exhibition, she challenged the viewers’ preconceived notions of insects to bring attention to their vast diversity and ecological significance.
As a graduate student, Larcom focused on native pollinators and raised awareness for pollinator conservation through her art and interdisciplinary graduate studies at V Tech. Her research focused on integrating wildflowers into cattle pastures, a $1.8 million project funded by the USDA NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant program and the USDA NIFA. Today, she is the Pollinator Program Administrator at the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.
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