The International Print Portfolio
Dec. 1-31, West Gallery, MSU Museum
A collection of prints from all over the world are making their way to the MSU Museum for the month of December. The theme of the collection is “Artists’ Expressions of Universal Human Rights.” The exhibit is open during regular museum hours and is free.
For more information, call (517) 355-7474 or visit museum.msu.edu.
LAAN World AIDS Program
Dec. 1, 11 a.m.; Hannah Community Center
The Lansing Area AIDS Network (LAAN) event, in recognition of World AIDS Day, will include community members discussing what it is like to live with HIV/AIDS, a performance by The Gay Men’s Chorus and the debut of the Names Project Quilt.
For more information, call (517) 333-2580 or visit cityofeastlansing.com.
Visit with Santa
Until Dec. 24, Meridian Mall
You tell yourself you’re too old, but you’re not. Santa has made the journey from the North Pole and has selected Meridian Mall as his place of choice to display his holiday cheer before he departs on a one-night globetrotting mission known as Christmas Eve. Pay him a visit while you can.
History Department International Film Festival: Four Days in September
Dec. 4, 7 p.m.; Life Sciences, Room A-133
Four Days in September is the dramatic story of the kidnapping of Charles Burke Elbrick, the U.S. Ambassador to Brazil in 1969.