There’s been a lot on people’s minds as of late. In response, the Bulletin of the History of Medicine and the Program in Arts, Humanities and Health at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine are delighted to announce that the deadline for “Picturing Pandemic Baltimore,” an online exhibition of photographs documenting Baltimore’s responses to COVID-19, has been extended to 11:59 pm, Saturday, November 21st. The exhibition will be juried by the noted Baltimore photojournalist J.M. Giordano; submission rules are here. Baltimore is home to many talented photographers whose images of the city offer viewers ways to understand and reflect upon the unprecedented experiences of the past several months. We seek to showcase some of that talent in our online exhibition. In addition, one winning photograph will earn of prize of $650 and serve as the cover image of the Bulletin’s special issue on the pandemic; two runner-ups will win $250 each and be published within the journal.