The purpose of this article is to report on analysis of three arts-based institutes in North America based on interviews, observations and physical artifacts, which used the arts like improvisational theatre, music and visual arts as a key part of their leadership curriculum. Four arts-based pedagogical processes were identified as having the potential to support creative thinking in educational leaders. Key features of those processes and directions for future research are also discussed.
AN EXPLORATION OF ARTS-BASED INSTITUTES
FOUR PEDAGOGICAL PROCESSES USED TO PROMOTE CREATIVITY THROUGH THE ARTS
BALANCING THE PRINCIPLE OF ARTISTIC NOVELTY WITH LEADERSHIP CAPABILITIES AND GOALS