• Robinson Fine Arts Center (FAC)

    Facility Front Exterior

    Front Entrance

    The Robbie & Lynore Robinson Fine Arts Center (RFAC) was designed and built based on a shared passion and the belief that self-expression and creative thinking are essential to a healthy community. The purpose of the RFAC is to provide a top-notch facility for the display of the exceptional work of the performing and visual art students of the Plano ISD, as a location for artistic events presented by local arts organizations and as a gathering place for the local community. 

    In the fall of 2020, the Plano ISD Board of Trustees announced that this unique facility, dedicated to the visual and performing arts in the heart of the Plano community, would be named in honor and memory of Dr. George “Robbie” S Robinson, Jr. and his wife Lynore. The Robinsons were active members of the business and arts community of Plano for nearly 40 years. He served as Chairman of the Collin County Cultural Arts District Committee, Board Member of Plano Arts and Cultural Endowment, Inc., and President of the Arts of Collin County Commission. Dr. & Mrs. Robinson were champions and patrons of local organizations such as the Plano Symphony Orchestra, the Art Centre of Plano and avid collectors of a wide range of visual art from their travels around the world. A state-of-the-art venue in the heart of Plano was a dream the Robinsons shared with the district. Sadly, Lynore passed away in 2018 and Robbie in October 2020. Neither of them lived to see this dream become a reality.