The Komi-Permyak people live in Perm Krai, west from the Ural Mountains. Their central city is Kudymkar. Komi-Permyak language is spoken by 63 000 people: 45% of townspeople and 80% of rural residents consider Komi-Permyak as their mother tongue. It is closely related to Komi-Zyryan and Udmurt, but unlike them has no official status in Russia. The Komi-Permyak language media includes newspapers "Kama kitshyn" and "Parma", and news on local TV. We organised a comics workshop together with the Komi-Permian National Drama Theater in Kudymkar in October 2016. Our participants were journalists, theater artists, entrepreneurs, teachers and other Finno-Ugric activists.