As part of the Didaktika project, the Museum designs educational spaces, online content, and special activities that complement each exhibition, providing the public with tools and resources to support their appreciation of the works on view. On this occasion, the Didaktika related to the exhibition Picasso Sculptor. Matter and Body focuses on the sculpture techniques employed by Pablo Picasso (b. 1881; d. 1973) that arose from both his personal capacity for innovation and his collaboration with other artists and artisans. Although Picasso was not formally trained in sculpture, it was a vital part of his production, and throughout his life he endeavored to push the limits of his formal investigation of this medium. Clay modelling, working with plaster, bronze or cement casting, welding and assemblage of found or sought objects, wood carving, and the transformation of ceramic pieces or metal sheet were some of the techniques Picasso used. In this space you will find brief explanations on what these processes offered him, together with some insight on the life of the objects that Picasso occasionally incorporated in his work. Likewise in this space, you can find a video that illustrates Picasso’s creativity in converting found objects into surprising sculptures. The exhibition catalogue is also available for consultation.