TOPEKA — “Exhibiting Hope,” a show of art work by patients and family members of patients associated with the St. Francis Comprehensive Cancer Center, will be exhibited from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, at the Mulvane Art Museum. The exhibit will be in conjunction with the ArtsConnect First Friday Art Walk. The artists will showcase watercolors and ceramic pieces they created while participating in a free art class for St. Francis cancer patients, underwritten by St. Francis Health Center Foundation. A selection of art work and handmade ceramic ornaments will be available for purchase with the proceeds donated to the American Cancer Society. The public is invited to enjoy refreshments, gather friends and family for an artistic celebration of the human spirit and join in acknowledging the efforts of local artists who find hope and triumph through creative expression. The event is hosted by St. Francis Health Center and Mulvane Art Museum. The Mulvane Art Museum is located on the Washburn University campus at 17th & Jewell. Parking is available to the west of the museum. Admission is free.