The Open Scenario Laboratory

The Open Scenario is summed up in the Italian untranslatable word “canovaccio”.

It starts from the sketched story of “Oblomov”, the main character of the novel written by Ivan Aleksandrovič Gončarov in 1859 inspiring the project title and the text is left intentionally opened and gathers different subjects: sport, theatre, health, nutrition and related issues (such as inactivity linked to unhealthy social habits, food and incorrect nutrition habits, self-image and group social dynamics for inactive and/or overweight/obese subjects).

Considering that sport and PA are based on two fundamental elements, body and mind control, the pedagogical approach of the “Oblomov Methodology” activates individual processes using the Open Scenario tool to increase the students’ reaction ability, pushing them to be aware of their own physical potential and thus of their personal self-identity. The contents related to the HEPA promotion are represented through the open scenario, acting directly on the physiological and emotional dynamics of the moving body whose representation plays a dominant role in the individual cognitive processes.

The Laboratories

The Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment (BAC) of the University of Milan, together with “Piccolo Teatro” of Milan, organised a 25-hour laboratory for 30 students, aimed at the creation of the “Oblomov Open Scenario”. The dramaturgical open text is produced under the coordination of Ms. Mazzocut-Mis, expert of dramaturgy and aesthetics at BAC University of Milan, and three theatre experts from “Piccolo Teatro”: Ms Daniela Sacco, Ms Laura Pasetti and Mr Stefano De Luca.

The “Open Scenario”, developed from the Oblomov novel will be able to decode and spread the sport HIIT-HIIE messages.

The agenda

– 8th March 2017

– 17th March 2017

– 24th March 2017

– 10th May 2017

– 11th May 2017

– 12th May 2017

The laboratories take place at the Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment (BAC) of the University of Milan, (via Noto 6, Milan).

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