Despite a wintery Melbourne afternoon, crowds gathered to see the launch of the Outdoor Gallery's National Reconciliation Week 2018 exhibition. Following the successful launch of the Outdoor Gallery during National Reconciliation Week in 2017, this year’s exhibition features artwork created by University of Melbourne Indigenous students with mediums spanning across paintings, wood burnings, photography and graphic design. The exhibition opening was followed by a screening of Indigenous art films. As part of the New Student Precinct Project and Next Wave Partnership, the film screening was the first of 2 events showcasing a variety of moving image works by First Nations artists and filmmakers. The screenings were powered by the Pedal Projections bicycle, a mobile projection cargo bike that brings stories and events to life through light, sound and film.