Life’s Tough, but Joe Rohde is TOUGHER… This Imagineer Helps Us Understand the Link Between Diversity, Creativity, Exploration, and Adventure
Life's Tough - Explorers Are TOUGHER
Consider for a moment that exploration is compulsive behavior… something you must do. It’s an engine that runs a lot of life energy. Our host of the Explorers podcast, Richard Wiese, had the opportunity to talk with Joe Rohde about this on an episode recently. Joe retired after working as an Imagineer at Disney for forty years. He started working for the company when Epcot Center was being built and helped design several country pavilions there. Imagineering is the company's branch responsible for conceptualizing, planning, and building everything that Disney makes. Imagineering blends engineering with the arts. It strives for authenticity and diversity of ideas. Joe Rohde worked in the conceptual department. This means he is an “ideas” man, where every project starts. During his research into projects, Joe would often look for creating a kinesthetic experience for theme park goers… Asking the question, “What does it FEEL like to be here?” His work on the Animal Kingdom project at Disney meant facing the challenge of creating an animal experience while moving away from the zoo paradigm. He stresses the importance of sending messages about our relationship to the world and conservation. At the same time, it’s about appreciating the chance to explore the relationship between the animals and us. At the heart of it, explorers are storytellers. Joe Rohde is an advocate of the diversity of ideas, noting that you need to be encouraged to think differently to create new ideas. It’s essential to look for diverse input to change yourself and your approach to creativity. To learn more about explorer Joe Rohde and his adventures as an Imagineer and explorer, check here. To hear about other explorers, join us for new episodes of Life’s Tough: Explorers are TOUGHER! At https://www.lifestough.com/podcast/explorers/. Richard Wiese, the host of this podcast, is an American explorer. He is the author of the guidebook, Born to Explore: How to Be a Backyard Adventurer. He became the youngest person to become president of the Explorers Club in 2002. Richard is also Executive Producer and Host of the PBS weekly television series Born to Explore with Richard Wiese.
This week on The 3 Mouseketeers, the siblings discuss one of the most revered Disney Imagineers, Joe Rohde. Is there anyone else that you think of when you talk about Disney Imagineers? Let them know on social media @t3mpodcast. Trivia: In which movie can you find a hidden Mickey? Disney History: Dopey was supposed to be very talkative, but was changed since they couldn't find the right voice.. Disney Tip: There are websites that can help you book dining reservations for Disney restaurants. This or That: The day of 50th anniversary or random time in January to go to Walt Disney World? Main Topic: The siblings talk about one of the most revered Disney Imagineers, Joe Rohde. He had a 40 year career with Disney, and accomplished so many amazing things during his time with the company. Contact: Amanda: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: Website: https://t3mpodcast.wixsite.com/podcast YouTube: bit.ly/t3myoutube Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/t3mpodcast/ IG: @t3mpodcast Twitter: @t3mpodcast Intro music by: @bleuize
Putting a Theme Park on the Moon (In Honor of Joe Rohde)
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Legendary Disney imagineer Joe Rohde is going to outer space... AND SO ARE WE! In honor of Rohde’s new job as the “experience architect” at Virgin Galactic aka the first moon imagineer, Rosie and Miya humbly pitch a few of their own ideas for a brand new moon park. SUPPORT US ON PATREON! Get access to 2-3 bonus eps per month, full-length movie commentaries, and Rosie's 80-page Disney Channel Original Movie thesis for just $1! --- FOLLOW US EVERYWHERE: INSTAGRAM @parktrashpod TWITTER @parktrashpod SHOW NOTES free @ patreon.com/parktrashpod Art by Kimi Singer @japajew Theme by Milan Music @milanmusicofficial
Walt Disney World's 50th Anniversary Dates & Decor, Joe Rohde's New Gig and more - Disney Podcast - Dizney Coast to Coast - Ep. 804
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Disney fans rejoice! Disney recently announced when the Walt Disney World 50th anniversary festivities will begin as well as some of the decor we can expect to see for the celebration. Plus, recently retired Imagineer Joe Rohde has an exciting new gig, Disney Cruise Line is getting ready to ramp back up and Disney is closing one of their animation companies. That and so much more on this episode. Find links and info related to this episode in the show notes. Join the DCTC Community to gain early access to episodes and bonuses! Support the show at no additional cost to you. Get yourself a FREE audiobook by visiting Audible, shop at Amazon and shopDisney with our special links or save 15% at Whosits & Whatsits with code "DCTC." Gain access to exclusive episodes you won’t find in your podcast feed. Find us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @DizneyCTC. Get FREE Disney gifts from DCTC. Visit the show at DizneyCoastToCoast.com. Write us at Contact@DePodcastNetwork.com. Leave a voicemail at 818-860-2569 "Dizney Coast to Coast" is part of the DePodcast Network. Love the show? Leave a tip.
CELEBRATING THE CAREER OF IMAGINEER JOE ROHDE - Disney Podcast - Dizney Coast to Coast - Ep. 803
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Disney fans rejoice! On January 4, 2021, Joe Rohde retired from a forty-year long career at Walt Disney Imagineering. He became well known to Disney fans when he was named lead Imagineer for Disney's Animal Kingdom, but Joe accomplished so much more throughout his tenure. Listen as Len Testa from Touring Plans joins host Jeff DePaoli as they discuss the works of this irreplaceable Imagineer. That and so much more on this episode. Find links and info related to this episode in the show notes. Join the DCTC Community to gain early access to episodes and bonuses! Support the show at no additional cost to you. Get yourself a FREE audiobook by visiting Audible, shop at Amazon and shopDisney with our special links or save 15% at Whosits & Whatsits with code "DCTC." Gain access to exclusive episodes you won’t find in your podcast feed. Find us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @DizneyCTC. Get FREE Disney gifts from DCTC. Visit the show at DizneyCoastToCoast.com. Write us at Contact@DePodcastNetwork.com. Leave a voicemail at 818-860-2569 "Dizney Coast to Coast" is part of the DePodcast Network. Love the show? Leave a tip.
Diz Hiz Episode 083: Joe Rohde (The Disney History Podcast)
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On this episode of Diz Hiz, we go over the history of the living legend Joe Rohde. We learn about some of his creations and a memory Jen has with him at the LEGO store at Disney Springs. Please subscribe so you get the latest episodes when they come out. If you would like to send us an e-mail please send it to email@example.com. Share some of your memories and more tidbits you may know about Dinosaur at any of our social media accounts below. Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/DizHiz65 https://www.instagram.com/DizHiz65 https://twitter.com/DizHiz65 https://www.dizhiz.com Top 100 Disney Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020 https://blog.feedspot.com/disney_podcasts/ Sources https://dizhiz.com/disney-history Want to support the Diz Hiz? Want extra content? Want access to our episode history outlines? Join our Patreon and become part of the "Goof Troop" below! https://www.patreon.com/DizHiz65 We hope you enjoyed the episode. Thanks for listening and have a magical day!
The guys answer listener questions on topics including favorite things to do and eat in the parks, filling time between trips, banned attractions, last minute trips, and birthday trips. Legendary Imagineer Joe Rohde is retiring next year. Disney has reached an agreement with Brightline to build a train station at Disney Springs. Marvel Avengers Campus merchandise is being released next week at Disneyland Resort. Random fireworks are now happening nightly at Magic Kingdom. The guys go over some of the food at the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays.
Joe Rohde, one of the masterminds behind the planning and development of Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, is retiring from his position with Walt Disney Imagineering. In April 2018, Orlando Sentinel theme park reporter Dewayne Bevil talked with the famed Imagineer about how Disney made the jump from the Magic Kingdom to Animal Kingdom, why Pandora – The World of Avatar fits into a park focused on the natural, his favorite animal at the theme park, and where he keeps his spare earrings. In honor of Rohde’s retirement, enjoy this flashback episode of Theme Park Rangers podcast:
The Main Street Chronicles - Season 2, Episode 11 (11/2/2020) In our eleventh episode of season two of The Main Street Chronicles, you will be taken on a guided tour of the new Museum of Imagination and the Hall of Imagineering. Join us as our tour guide, Archimedes takes two friends by the hand through the exhibit of Imagineering legends - Joe Rohde. This episode is hosted by Brian Reed and Stokes Laird, as the historians that lead you through each of the artifacts in the exhibit. This episode features voice actors Perry F. Bruns and Chaunte Flores. This episode was produced by Chaunte Flores. The Main Street Chronicles is a recorded monthly audio program, with a unique storyline that will tell the told and untold stories of Disney’s most legendary Imagineers. To see the information presented in today’s show, head over to our website www.themainstreetchronicles.com and be sure to follow us on social media. Facebook- The Main Street Chronicles Twitter- MainStChronicle Instagram- mainstreetchronicle Youtube- The Main Street Chronicles
Joseph "Joe" Rohde is a veteran executive at Walt Disney Imagineering, the division of The Walt Disney Company that designs and builds Disney's theme parks and resort hotels. Rohde's formal title is Executive Designer and Vice President, Creative.He was born in Sacramento, California, and raised in Hawaii. He graduated from Chaminade College Preparatory, Canoga Park, Calif., in 1973, where he starred in student dramatic productions and was Class Salutatorian. Rohde received a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Occidental College in Los Angeles.Rohde's trademark is a large collection of earrings he wears in his left ear, all of which are souvenirs from decades of travel to remote corners of the world. This tradition began when he stuck his 5-year anniversary pin into his ear.www.ObscureDisneyPodcast.com www.DisneyPatch.com www.Obscuri-D.com