Research fellow | 2019-2020

Joe Horse Capture

RESEARCH FELLOW | Dec 2019 - Jan 2020

Joe Horse Capture has been in the museum field for over two decades and is widely published in the area of Native American art with a specialization in Plains Indian culture. A second generation museum professional, Horse Capture has served as a curator at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the National Museum of the American Indian-Smithsonian Institution. He was recently the director of Native American Initiatives at the Minnesota Historical Society where he led a team who facilitated relationships with regional Native American communities. He has served as a consultant and advisor at several national and international institutions. Horse Capture is a member of the A’aniiih tribe, commonly known as Gros Ventre, from Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, north central Montana.