A new collaborative

DAT/Artathon is a free virtual workshop for early career individuals who work on data visualization using disaster risk and resilience data.

Meet our DAT/Artathon Fellows

Meet our Risk and Resilience DAT/Artists, representing 8 countries and 10 time zones.


Displacement in the Levant

In 1927, a large magnitude Mw 6.3 earthquake originating on the Dead Sea Fault shook the Levant Region in the...

Himalayan Glacial Cover: 2004 vs 2018

This interactive slider visualisation compares summer Himalayan glacial cover in 2004 and 2018. Anecdotal photographs are often used to shed...

The Risk Zoo

Animal kingdom metaphors are often invoked in the disaster risk world for their accessibility and familiarity when discussing difficult or...

Read our blog

Why you should build your dataviz toolset early

A blogpost for early career professionals in risk and resilience, cross posted with Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public...

Catch us at #UR2020

DAT/Artathon will be at UR2020 next week! Our session is titled DAT/Artathon: Turning risk data into visual art.

It's a wrap - concluding the first edition of the DAT/Artathon

We are so thrilled to have hosted our inaugural Risk & Resilience DAT/Artathon from July 20 through August 7, 2020!...