The different lines of research that the Centro Botín embarked on in the “Arts, Emotions and Creativity” programme have been described in a pioneering editorial line on this topic which explains the interesting results obtained, in a way that is suitable for all audiences.
In a series of studies titled “Emotional and Social Education. International Analysis (2007, 2011, 2013 and 2015), national and international experts analyse innovative educational practices conducted in different parts of the world.
In 2012 and 2014, the results of the research related to creativity were published. The first one was titled “Good Morning Creativity!” and discussed its importance in daily life and in the educational, social, and family realm. The second international publication, titled “Arts and Emotions – Nurturing our Creative Potential” analyses the potential and benefits that art gives us, and particularly how visual arts, cinema, dance, literature, music, and theatre, can help us to boost our creativity. The first chapter of this report explains the educational model developed by Yale University for the Centro Botín.
The important results obtained thanks to the joint research and actions of the Centro Botín and Yale University have led to many international publications in reports, prestigious magazines, and specialised books.