Visual arts

Travel with your eyes

THE KNOWN AND TRAVEL: View the fine art and photography of P.R. Brown, Grammy-nominated multimedia artist, videographer and designer. The show features his photos of celebrities, travel photos and music videos. Reception on September 30, from 5 to 9 p.m. F, 9/30-W, 10/26.
Beatnik Studios, 2421 17th St.; (916) 443-5308;

BOOBIES AS ART: Photographer Monica Neumann Lunardi presents her third annual Boobie Show to benefit breast cancer research. Every photograph includes a touch of pink and 20 percent of show sales will go to Albie Aware. Artist’s reception on October 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. Sa, 10-1 through M, 10/31.
J27 Gallery, 2728 J Street. (916) 716-2319,

SUGAR SKULL WORKSHOP: Zanzibar Trading Company has sugar skull workshops for all skill levels. There are three types of classes: Free one-hour workshops for children 12 and under, one-hour adult classes for a fee, and two-and-a-half-hour classes for adults. Sa 10/8-10/29, and Su, 10/30. Call for pricing.
Zanzibar Trading Company, 1731 L St.; (916) 443-5601;

ALTARES DEL MUNDO: In this exhibition, see altars based on the Day of the Dead that depict artistic and personal views on subjects like social trends, environmental issues and war. Classes on creating papier-maché skeletons will be taught October 15 and 16, from noon to 3 p.m., for $30. 10/8-10/30.
Brickhouse Gallery and Arts, 2837 36th St.; (916) 457-2502;

GARIBALDI LIVE: See performance painter David Garibaldi fuse pop culture, music and art. He will create live paintings in collaboration with local musicians, deejays and dancers. W 10/26, 7:30 p.m.
$15. Crest Theatre, 1013 K St.; (800) 225-2277,