From 6 to 17 April, the Australian Consulate-General in Chennai is presenting an exhibition of Aboriginal Art that underscores the significance Australia attaches to its First Nations cultures as an essential part of its national identity. The exhibition, called "Jarracharra," after a unique wind that blows across Arnhem Land in Australia's far north during the dry season, features a variety of screen-printed textiles by female First Nations artists from the Babbarra Women's Centre. The artists' creations break artistic boundaries by portraying ancient narratives through modern mediums. The exhibit also features woodblock prints on paper. During the launch event, Australian Consul General for South India, Ms Sarah Kirlew, expressed her hope that the Indian audience would learn more about Australia's diverse, strong, and vibrant First Nations cultures and develop a broader understanding of what modern Australia represents and stands for by visiting Jarracharra.