Exiles and explorers, hippies, adventurers, asylum seekers, economic migrants and refugees have all found sanctuary in Wales. Issue 22 focuses on Welsh projects involving the movement of people across continents and oceans. Stephanie Roberts looks back at the ‘Then & Now’ art project, held in Newport during Welsh Refugee Week 2015. Stuart Evans writes about ‘Towards the West’, a nostalgic exhibition at Ceredigion Museum remembering the ‘hippy invasion of mid Wales’ in the 1970s. Suzanna Jones introduces the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority’s award winning App - Walking With Romans. Dr Rita Singer shows how refugees from mainland Europe, escaping war and political persecution, form a significant presence among the exhibited artists and writers in the touring exhibition ‘EuroVisions: Wales through the Eyes of European Visitors, 1750–2015’. Finally, Gianna Moscardo, keynote speaker at Interpret Wales’ 2016 Spring Conference, challenges us to think about how Interpretation can be sustainable.