Innovation

10 photos of HubWeek at its new home in the Seaport

The festival runs through Thursday, Oct. 3.

People walk past a mural at Hubweek. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Hubweek has returned, meaning one section of the city is abuzz with three days worth of events celebrating art, science, and technology. Scroll on to catch a glimpse of the activities, installations, and speaker sessions happening at the festival’s new home in the Seaport District.

Bozoma Saint John, left, Chief Marketing Officer at Endeavor, shares a laugh with Amy Bernstein, editor of Harvard Business Review, during Breaking Barriers for Women at Work at HubWeek.

Boston Scientific CEO Mike Mahoney listens to a question from an audience member.

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Michael Pollan (left) and Bina Venkataraman (right) are pictured as they converse at a Hubweek event concerning mental health held at the Pursuit Stage in the Seaport District.

A dusk-time view of a section of the Seaport where HubWeek is taking place.

A night view of a section of the Seaport where HubWeek is taking place.

Kristine Tompkins, an American conservationist and former CEO of Patagonia, Inc. listens to a question.

An audience member wore a colorful jacket while listening to Kristine Tompkins.

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Sophie Knochenhauer, 22, of Boston adds the word “happiness” to a container where people are invited to add their words underneath the phrase, “In Pursuit of…”

Artist Annie Temmink works on ‘The Walk in My Shoes Closet’ an interactive piece of art meant to explore gender awareness.

Congresswoman Katherine Clark (L) speaks with Linda Pizzuti Henry.