The organization Imago Dei is on a mission to unite community, Christianity and the arts. The nonprofit's fall exhibition, No Hope No Faith, takes its title from the Bible verse Ephesians 2:12, which says those who have no faith are separate from Christ and "without hope." The exhibit features calligraphy and woodcuts by David Johnson, professor emeritus in the art department at William Jewell College. Johnson's calligraphy features biblically inspired verse, hand-lettered and arranged artfully on the page. The opening reception takes place today from 5 to 8 p.m., but you can see the exhibition through January 2 at the Imago Dei Arts Center, located in the Granada Theatre (1015 Minnesota in Kansas City, Kansas, 913-233-0266).