The FLUID Project

Future Kind is honored to sponsor the FLUID Project as part of our R.E.N.O. program to catalyze sustainability projects in Reno that align with our mission.  We believe our community will be stronger and more resilient when we work together than if we try to do it alone.  The FLUID Project catalyzes collaboration and raises awareness about plastic, water, and community through participatory art.

An art installation was created by Sharon, Zoe, and Adrienne of Human Innerface. Active community participation is currently coordinated by Tamara Wright of Ecolution Studio. Several community collaborators have joined to help provide educational resources and support, enhancing the educational components of the FLUID installation.

Raising community awareness through art is the first step, the FLUID project brings that awareness into collaborative action through continued coordination and community development.


In partnership with Ecolution Studio, we have launched a community wide plastic film collection. The plastic will be up-cycled by Trex to create a bench for the new Nevada Cares Campus Safe Camp demonstrating new ways to think about our waste. We continue to collect plastic films for Northern Nevada HOPES, public parks, and other places in need.


If you are interested in hosting a collection site or volunteering to help please contact

Current collection sites for plastic drops:


What kind of plastic do we need?

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There are three ways to help the FLUID project!



Help impact art and community coordination continue

into the future by donating funds to the FLUID project

Be sure to note your donation is for FLUID


May 22 FLUID collaboration kick-off event a success!!
Stay tuned for our next July event and bring your plastic donations :)


Contact us to Volunteer for the FLUID project, host a collection site, or have ideas for an art installation location.



Bring your plastic to Pitch Black Printing at

700 E. Fourth Street anytime Tuesday-Sunday