Right. Thanks for the opinions and responses. Brendhan came the closest to actually giving me instructions. This is what I surmise to be the way to do it, but I want to know from those who have done it or seen it done:
Get a queen in a queen cage, and rig a string or something to loop around my ears to wear the bee cage under my chin.
Prior to starting, stuff my nostrils and ears with something (plugs, cottom, what have you...)
Spread a little bit of insecticide around my eyes (or wear goggles though that would ruin the picture)
Have tight fitting clothing beneath coveralls or some such.
Take the (and this is where I get a bit confused) package (?) of bees, and shake them onto my chest, or more precisely, onto a piece of cardboard held there by an assistant.
Let the bees make their beard. Assistant assists in brushing them into shape as possible.
Bee beard should be, more or less, done.
To get them off, I heard to jump up and let them fall off. Remove queen cage and leave in nuc box in front of pile of bees. Have assistant brush them off.
Drink a shot of whisky (optional).
This is what I have figured out on my own- and I need ideas/ suggestions/ guidance on all of the above, especially about the bees. For example, should I start with a package, or should I shake bees from a hive, or... what?
Jerrymac and others who ask what the point of doing this stunt is: well, this question can be asked about a lot of things in life. I think it would be interesting, fun, and attract positive attention about the honeybees. There are a lot of people, as we all know well, who are afriad of bees. Having a beard of bees on my face is a good way to show a lot of people (through photographs afterwards) that bees are gentle loving creatures that also make for good beards. Or something like that. You all get the point! We are here because we love bees. Sometimes we do silly things for love.