Stuart Anderson and the Flow Hive

Shape 2020: Innovative Design with Stu Anderson, The Flow Hive

Duration: 50 minutes
23 March 2021, 10am- 11am Video Conference

Join us for a special conversation with beekeeper and inventor Stuart Anderson.

Stu is a second-generation beekeeper and co-inventor of the revolutionary honey extraction system, the Flow® Frame. This invention was inspired by his son Cedar who said “There must be a better way to get honey from a beehive”. Together they took on what became a ten-year journey of designing and testing.

This session is aimed at young designers and makers in Year 11 and 12 as part of our suite of digital programs celebrating Shape 2020, on display at the Powerhouse Museum. Shape is the Museum’s annual showcase of exemplary work from the previous year’s HSC projects in Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design, produced in collaboration with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA).

Connect live with professional designers as they discuss their design processes, experiences and advice, aimed to inspire and support HSC designers as they develop their own major projects.

Young designers and their teachers are invited to submit questions for Stuart Anderson. Please email learn@maas.museum with your question, and remember to include your name and school.

Bookings are essential.

This free video conference will held via a secure Zoom connection. A link will be sent to the registered email a few days ahead of the event.

If you are new to video conferences we have an informative how to connect guide for support.

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