The college is holding the event on Tuesday 8 April, between 4pm and 8pm, in the Coffee Shop.
Staff, students and the public are welcome to attend and will be able to see designs for the proposed extension.
The city council secured a £662,500 grant from the Government last year towards the planned work in Brook Street.
The expansion proposals include adding another storey to the single storey art block. The works would see the ground floor of the art block remodelled including the teaching ‘flat’ which comprises a bathroom, bedroom, living/dining room and kitchen. The ground floor would also include a classroom, common room, art room, a sensory room, office, toilets and lift. The new first floor would accommodate six classrooms, two offices and toilets
A planning application was submitted on March 21.
Councillor John Holdich, Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and University, said: “The college continues to grow and develop and we are keen to support this.
“Securing the funding last year was crucial to this project and now, as is proper, we need to consult the public as part of the planning process.”
On Tuesday, representatives from the city council and Kier will be on hand to answer any questions relating to the design and proposed construction programme.