Not just a print.
Serigraph comes from the latin word sericum meaning "silk" and graph meaning drawing. The Fine Art Print medium of serigraphy has phased out silk for synthetic mesh screens, hence Screen Printing.
Just a print, a "Fine Art Print".
As early as the '80s, archival digital printing technology has come a long way. Often called "giclées", these archival digital prints are responsible for diluting the term Fine Art Print. But they're rad.
Mixed Media Prints
Mixed Media, specialty inks.
How about getting millions of colors from digital printing a giclée and then screen printing metallic golds and silvers? Or diamond dusting straight onto the printed image? Put a sparkle on it. It's all the rave.