Welcome to the project page of the “Cultural Data Science” team of the Digital Art History Summer School 2021. Thanks for your visit.

From August 30th to September 4th, the DAHSS have again explored the range of digital art history, initiated exciting discussions, conveyed important experiences and established personal contacts.

Project results

Here you can view the presentation of our participants.

Thank you all once again for this wonderful collaboration and learnings!

In addition, the team led by Greg Niemeyer has created a 3D space in which our visualizations are presented. Thanks to Jessica Ziegenfuss for assembling our works in the “Temple of Digital Art History”. Here is the catalogue.

Live event

Please click on “Live” for more information on the Fireside chat “Art History and Information Science. A Conversation on Interdisciplinarity” that took place on September 2nd, 2021.

Join us for the final presentations

Public presentation of projects: September 4th at 6pm (CEST).


In this track, led by Harald Klinke, you will learn how to create, analyse and visualise linked open data. We will identify preconditions, gaps and biases in collection data and discuss the transformative effects of historical knowledge generated by digital methods on society. No prior knowledge required. See our last year’s website “Welcome to the Cloud” to get an impression of what you can expect.