There is a new project page on Wikidata documenting Martin Poulter's work as Wikimedian In Residence, sharing data on Wikidata and building Wikidata-driven applications to make the university's GLAM collections more discoverable. The main focus so far has been Asian art from the Ashmolean Museum, with some data also being added about Asian paintings and manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, and a small set of art works from the Pitt Rivers Museum. Numbers of items will be updated on the project page.
Collection Explorer, the proof-of-concept application driven by the above data, is continuing to grow and is currently being user-tested with students.
Another aspect of the project is sharing data about the works of the 18th century Austrian illustrator Ferdinand Bauer. Oxford holds two and a half thousand artworks by Bauer from a 1786-88 expedition in the Mediterranean - mainly botanical illustrations, but also illustrations of fauna and landscape art. The artworks have scientific, bibliographic and geographical aspects so are ideal for representation in Wikidata. Recent work has involved representing the landscape drawings and botanical illustrations and connecting them to the modern identifiers for things they represent.