This month at the Missouri State University art galleries: MSU Brick City Gallery, 215 W. Mill, presents "Grabadores Mexicanos Contemporáneos," featuring a quartet of contemporary Mexican printmakers--Barbara Paciorek, Martha Flores, Catlina Duran, and Santiago Ortega. At the MSU International Center, 301 S. Jefferson, "The Face of Russia," a photo exhibit by Edward Biamonte illustrating the populace of everyday Russia. Also, Timothy Bott's Russian-language calligraphic illustrations for Handel's Messiah, commissioned by Springfield's Messiah Project for display during their landmark performance of Handel's oratorio at the Kremlin in Moscow. And at the MSU Student Exhibition Center, 838 E. Walnut at Hammons Parkway, the international poster exhibit "Voices of Freedom," sponsored by the 11th International Biennial of the Poster in Mexico 2010. The exhibit's theme commemorates the Bicentennial of Mexican independence and the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution, and features more than 100 limited-edition posters created by some of the world's leading poster artists including five associated with Missouri State University. This exhibit continues through Oct.13; the others continue through the end of the month. For more information visit www.art.missouristate.edu/gallery.php, http://international.missouristate.edu, or www.sec.missouristate.edu.